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How to Address a Letter

These days, letter writing may not be as popular as text messaging or sending emails. Still, everyone should know how to compose a formal letter.

How to Write a Book Review

You've probably heard the English language idiom, "Don't judge a book by its cover."

How to Cite a Movie

If you intend to write a paper, an article, or a book, you may want to refer to some of the research you’ve done.

How to Write a Check

A check gives you an easy way to move money from your checking account into another person's account.

How to Write in the Third Person

You may have heard someone talking about third person POV in an English class or on a writers' panel. What does it mean?

How to Write a Petition

A petition can be a great way to show public support for an initiative.

How to Write a Shakespearean Sonnet

A sonnet is a poetic form that originated in Sicily during the 13th century. The word "sonnet" comes from the Italian word sonetto.

How to Write a Case Report

A case report describes a medical article written to highlight a particular clinical case.

When to Use a Comma Before “Which”

The word "which" has a few different use cases in the English language. It’s often used to identify one thing amongst a larger set.

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