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Properly Written Titles, AP Style

How to Capitalize Composition Titles. An excerpt from AP Style, (writing explained.org) Capitalize the principal words, including prepositions and conjunctions of four or more letters.

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Perfect “English”

Matching Tenses Making sure verb tenses match up in a sentence (subject/verb agreement) is a difficult thing to spot when looking over your work—everything seems

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AP Style Basics

Always best to check a manual AP Style is one of the core pieces of knowledge any writer or editor should possess, especially if they

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Working with Knuckleheads

I have been freelancing and working from home for five months. Of course, networking and other events provide great relief from the quiet. But I

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Get a fresh perspective

Having a fresh perspective is always beneficial for your writing. Even as a writer, marketing person or content creator, you need a fresh perspective. As

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No greater act.

Remember our soldiers and veterans all year, please. They serve so we can be free and live in a wonderful country.

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Irregardless – OUCH

Tip: Skipper knows – DON’T USE IT Just say regardless. Or use Irrespective: meaning to ignore, discount, not considering.Regardless of your opinion, we decided.All dogs

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Hyphens – don’t panic.

First, hyphens must not be used interchangeably with dashes. Hyphens are shorter and are used for specific purposes. Hyphens basically put words together to make a new

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