Wonder which weak words can harm your writing and with what to replace them best? Some words can weaken your writing, some strengthen it. This infographics covers you on the top 5 of commonly used weak words, explains how to avoid them, and illustrates how to improve your word choice to the better.
Source: 5 Weak Words to Avoid & What to Use Instead
People misunderstand words and phrases all the time. This may be because of poor hearing or comprehension. Speaking informally can also cause a person to misunderstand and misuse words. This infographic will throw some light on how to avoid 33 of the most commonly misused words and expressions out there.
Source: 33 Commonly Misunderstood Words & Phrases (Infographic)
This infographic covers common comma problems: the comma splice, the interrupter rule, the serial comma, interchangeable adjectives, introductory words, and the dependent clause at the start of a sentence.
Source: Top 6 Common Comma Problems (Infographic)
Are you a journalist? Then this infographic might be of interest to you. Discover the top 20 grammar and writing mistakes in journalism. Why is good grammar so important for magazines and newspapers? What do studies say? That and much more you’ll find out. Have a look!
Source: A Wordly Mistake: Top 20 Grammar Mistakes in Journalism (Infographic)
Bridgett McKenna is both an author and editor. Her The Little Book of Self-Editing for Writers [Kindle – $4.99] is an impressive resource. She also has a series of articles at her Point of View blog that covers many of the book’s topics. Here’s the list with links: