In this article, we'll show you how to cite the Constitution, no matter which formatting guideline you choose for your article or paper.
If you play frequent games of Scrabble or Words with Friends, try becoming fluent with all the first-class words that start with the letter F.
It happens. You look at the calendar and cringe, realizing that you forgot a loved one's birthday.
If you dream of developing your vocabulary, why not delight in words that start with the letter D?
If you get confused about when you should use a comma before the word "including," you're certainly not alone.
The American Psychological Association publishes style and grammar guidelines, designed to assist psychology professionals, academics, and students with formal writing.
Between Words with Friends and crossword puzzles, you'll blow away both buddies and rivals by boosting your usage of the letter B.
Ah! We wish a hard-and-fast rule existed—such as, “Always (or never) use a comma with ‘so’ in a compound sentence.”