Tag: grammar myths

  • Using the Interrobang Is a Sign of Lazy Writing

    Using the Interrobang Is a Sign of Lazy Writing

    I consider myself pretty well-versed in the latest goings-on in the writing world, so it came as quite a revelation to hear of a new (to me, at least) punctuation mark called the interrobang. This particular mark blends the question mark and exclamation point (‽) into an amalgamation of questioning surprise, a seasoning of shock…

  • 6 Grammar Myths You Should Stop Believing

    6 Grammar Myths You Should Stop Believing

    So you think you know a lot about grammar? Just because your high school English teacher taught you a particular rule for using the English language doesn’t necessarily mean it’s true. In fact, here are six common grammar myths that you should stop believing right now. 1. It’s Wrong To Use a Preposition at the…

  • What Are Sentence Adverbs?

    What Are Sentence Adverbs?

    I personally love the use of adverbs at certain times to further clarify the action of a sentence, especially when taking on an SEO writing project. Although there is some debate as to whether or not adverbs weaken writing, there is likely to come a time, whether you are writing a journalistic article or a short…