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This seemingly innocuous punctuation mark can be the downfall of any PR pro. These tips will turn the apostrophe from a foe into a friend.

20 more words you need to stop misspelling | Articles | Home

After the author shared 50 commonly misspelled words, readers weighed in with the words—or word pairs—that trouble them.

Assure, ensure, insure: How to keep them straight. Did you know you can only assure things that are alive? Remember the a in alive when you use assure (which also happens to begin with an a -- there's a tip!)

Assure, ensure, insure: How to keep them straight. Did you know you can only assure things that are alive? Remember the a in alive when you use assure (which also happens to begin with an a -- there's a tip!

"Brew"

What is it with all the apostrophes? Or should I say apostrophe's? Why isn't there one in cappuccinos, or esspressos? And by the way, what is an ESSpresso?

34 redundant, repetitive and superfluous phrases

34 redundant, repetitive, and superfluous phrases. Are you a culprit of any of these phrases?

The Battle for the Inbox | Marketing Technology Blog

Did you know that people receive, on average, 416 emails a month? Of those, they read emails about their finances and travel the most.

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A letter to my 20-year-old careerist self about what really matters | ragan

Zane Garcia This article relates to the chapter because it talks about the career decisions that must be taken into account for early adults. The article also talks about the change in early adults and how they would talk to their old self.

'Weird Al' Yankovic's 'Word Crimes' Is The New Anthem for Grammar Police and Journalists

'Weird Al' Yankovic's 'Word Crimes' Is The New Anthem for Grammar Police and Journalists

It's no secret that journalists are feared grammar police. If you want to have a bad day, use the wrong form of their/they're/there with a journalist and he or she will make sure you are crying by the.