Think you know verb tenses? Turns out there’s a little more to it than past, present and future: get to grips with progressives and perfects in lesson six.
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You know about subjects and objects, but what are all the other parts that go into building more complex sentences? All these sorts of phrases and clauses.
What’s an appositive when it’s at home? And how do you spot one? Find out how recognise and write extra information in your sentences with appositives.
Who did what to whom? Whom is all but dead in the English language, but there are still a few formal occasions where you need to know if it’s who or whom.
Poor grammar will quickly turn a diamond to a rhinestone. Keep your writing classy and check out the first of our 20 lessons on essential business grammar.
Ever heard of the 10 commandments? The seven wonders of the world? Quite. We list the top lists in history. Find out why they work and how to write them better.
Lists of features don’t sell. Surprising, specific stories do. Discover why stories work and how to turn your unique selling points into successful stories.
Check out The Devil’s Marketing Dictionary for a cynical, wry definition of marketing, PR and sales.
This post goes beyond tone of voice basics: its all about that extra edge; the je ne said quois that will get people talking about Apple, Google and you.
Here at Articulate, we’re punctuation minimalists. Learn how to cut back on unnecessary punctuation and help your readers.