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Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Archaic speech and grammar
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Do you use archaic language in your writing? Get it right!
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Are you in the "all together" or the "altogether"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Capitalization and long job titles
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Is a network of doctors and hospitals a singular subject or a plural one?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Compound possessives
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Graciously accept or graciously decline? You may do either -- but can you say you're doing so?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: What's the difference between software, programs and applications?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Blatant vs. flagrant
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Can you use "between" when you're talking about more than two things?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Me or I and the problem of overcorrection
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Convince vs. persuade
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Diffuse and defuse -- homophones or homonyms?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: "Try and" vs. "try to"
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Another take on "try and" vs. "try to"
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: The difference between irony and sarcasm
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Sneaked or snuck?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: The difference between colons and semicolons
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: The irony of using quotation marks for emphasis
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Was that a worldwind or a whirlwind?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: The difference between "though" and "although"
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Punctuation matters: What does this sentence mean?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Sometimes the best edit is a rewrite
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: The difference between "dependent" and "dependant"
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: "augurs well" vs. "all goes well"
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Wind turban or wind turbine
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Eek out vs. eke out
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Do respect vs. due respect
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Writing numbers and numerals: One exception to the rules
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Grammar Glossary
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: The importance of careful language
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: It's Punctuation Day. Here -- have some more!
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: "Inauthentic" or "unauthentic"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: "Healthy" vs. "healthful" and the problem of audience standards
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: There are two ways—and two ways ONLY—that you can correctly refer to yourself as "myself"
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: "As good or better than" is as bad as, if not worse than...
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Do you put spaces around em dashes?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Em dashes and spaces: AP vs. Chicago
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: The "so-called" problem
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Splitting infinitives and changing rules
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: The difference between "someday" and "some day"
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: "Sceptical" or "skeptical"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Could care less or couldn't care less?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: "Us chickens" or "we chickens"? It depends on the case.
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Do we really need words like "decisioning"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: I don't like it, you don't like it ... but there may be some slight excuse for "decisioning"
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: "Withold" or "withhold"
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Linkbaiting: The good, the bad, the ugly -- and a mystery solved
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: What's wrong with this sentence?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: "myriad" or "a myriad of"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Combined words and Lewis Carroll
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: What was the first word transmitted on the Internet?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Should you capitalize "president"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Halloween (or Hallowe'en) history, trivia and a quiz
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Misplaced modifiers and dangling participles
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Disinterested or uninterested?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: To whit or to wit?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: How is "RFID" pronounced?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Which is larger: a 180 degree change or a 360 degree change?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Overnegation: Double negatives make a positive
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Hawk or hock?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Whoa or woah?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Not that big a deal / not that big of a deal
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Oneself or one's self?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Workout vs. work out
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Fine distinctions: "few" vs. "a few"
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Spelling holiday terms: What's that ubiquitous red plant?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Do you wish you hadn't done that -- or that you wouldn't have done it?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: no doubt vs. no question
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: threshold or threshhold?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Devote vs. devout
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Nouning: Disconnect or disconnection?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Why "how come"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: 'Tis the season or t'is the season?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Do you use an ampersand in company names? Bonus: The fascinating history of the ampersand
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Facts vs. factoids
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Is that a factoid or a bit of trivia?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Christmas vs. Xmas
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Santa Claus's sleigh or Santa Claus' sleigh?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: 'Twas the night before Christmas -- or should that be "t'was"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Supposed to or suppose to?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: In regard to or in regards to?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Have you heard tell of "hear tell"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Is the rule changing on "comprised of"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Is that "brand-new" or "bran-new"? And why do we say it, anyway?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Is it OK to use "anymore" other than in negative constructions? I'm not positive anymore.
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: More on positive "anymore"
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Should you find an alternative to "due to"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Calfs vs. calves; wifes vs. wives; roofs vs. rooves
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Wow! That word is older than you'd think.
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Most stupid or stupidest? Rules, and exceptions to them, for comparatives and superlatives
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Do you reap what you sow or what you sew?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: appropriate vs. expropriate
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Bona fide vs. bonified: Surprise! "Bonified" is a word .
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: What does "illeism" mean?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: What's a malapropism?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Font of wisdom or fount of wisdom?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Is Times New Roman a font or a fount? It depends.
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: Is the expression "one and the same" or "one in the same"?
Writing for Business - A Whatis.com Blog: illeism, nosism and other affectations