Both canceled (one L) and cancelled (two Ls) are correct, but usage depends on where you live and who you’re writing for. Read on to find out more.
“Favorite” is the American spelling and “favourite” is the British version. Learn how to correctly use both spellings as a noun, adjective, and verb here.
Learn what is an adverb, their types, examples and you’ll get a list of adverbs too. Ready to start with studying adverbs from scratch?
Interested in coloring your writing with idioms? Let’s give a bookmark-worthy list of idioms alongside why you should be as obsessed with idioms.
We’ll dig into the difference between affect and effect and how to use the two in sentences. In the end, you won't need a thesaurus to know the difference.
Clichés are the same – they squeeze out freshness from your writing, leaving it dull and undesirable. We will teach you how to avoid using them.
Want to learn how to use transition words like a pro? We’ll cover everything from how to start a new paragraph to their types and how you can use them.
Let's dive into the definition of metaphor, and show you how to use this literary device. We’ll also clear the air around metaphor vs simile vs analogy.
Find out what an em dash is, when to use it, and how to type one among other essential details. Also discover the difference between em dash and en dash.
A simile is a figure of speech that writers use to compare dissimilar concepts. Let’s see some examples of what a simile is.