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Would’ve, could’ve, & should’ve

All three of these words are contractions. Spelled out, they are “would have,” “could have,” and “should have.” Do not spell them as “woulda,” “coulda,” “shoulda,” or “would of,”...Read More

Widows & orphans

Where possible, ensure that your final word won’t sit by itself on a new line. Know, also, that we can’t always control for this, especially when our content adjusts to different screen sizes. Tip Pay attention to how your words will be presented. If your...Read More

That & who

“Who” refers to people. “That” refers to anything else. This is a common mistake to make in spoken English, so you may need to pay close attention to notice it in your writing. Example Avoid:¬†Feel free to pick up a keycard for any other guest...Read More

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