Perfect writing, wherever you type.
You may be surprised to learn that it is the simplest things that people get wrong when they write.
To put it simply, are you the person doing the action (subject) or are you the person being acted upon (object)? Look at the verb of the sentence and see who is performing the verb.
When you are writing, especially creative writing, you should consider incorporating similes as they give your readers a vivid image in their mind and helps to get your message across.
Whilst it might seem like a good idea to use ‘very’ to strengthen your point, it invariably does not.
Quotation marks are a form of punctuation that indicates direct speech, a quotation or a phrase.
Having a broad vocabulary helps you become more concise and effective with what you are saying - not to mention it makes you sound more intelligent, sophisticated and educated!
Believe it or not you use rhetorical questions daily, but using them in the right way will make your writing better than ever before!