In this post, we’ll discuss what paraphrasing is and the potential to elevate your writing and give you a better understanding of the research.
In this post, we’ll cover the basics that you need to know about the use of the Oxford comma, including examples of the correct and incorrect way to use it.
In this post, we’ll cover the basics that you need to know about prepositions, what they are, and some practical examples.
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.
In this post, we’ll share the basics of spelling, tips for improving your skills, and a few of the most commonly misspelled English words.
In this post, we’ll help clear it up by answering the most common questions about gray vs. grey and the correct spelling.
Quotations have the power to elevate your written work when used correctly. We will show you the difference between quoting and paraphrasing.
This guide to help you understand how citing your sources works and a breakdown of the tools you can use to generate citations and bibliographies.
We’ll cover what common knowledge is and how to recognize it in your writing. These are all examples of common knowledge.
Here are eight of the most common plagiarism checker tools available to help you assess your content before you hit publish.
In this post, we’ll cover the 7 most common types of plagiarism, so you can avoid them in your writing.
Using the passive voice isn't a grammatical mistake. It’s a matter of stylistic preference. We cover the ins and outs of the passive voice.
Plagiarizing now comes in multiple forms, and many instances are accidental. Intentional or not, stolen copy can cause a problem.
Did you know that it is possible to plagiarize your own writing? In this post, we cover everything you need to know about self-plagiarizing your own work along with how to avoid it.
Plagiarism can be a real issue. In this article, we’ll cover the basics to help you avoid plagiarism in five simple steps.