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Words That Start With V: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

letter V

Want veneration for verbalizing with vigor? Throw some V-words into the mix. We’ve created this list of V-words for you.

How to End an Email: Do’s, Don’ts, and Examples

close business email

These closing lines should give you excellent options that enable you to finish all your business emails and letters with style.

Words That Start With E: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

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If you're looking for an expedient way to elevate your vocabulary, begin by learning a few words that start with the letter E.

How many words per page?

WC- Words per Page

When working on a writing assignment, you probably know the length of the text you need. Here's a chart that shows what you can expect for single-spaced pages.

To Whom It May Concern: How to Use It Properly

WC - To Whom It May Concern

Learn whether you should use the phrase "to whom it may concern," when writing professional letters and emails.

Words that start with K: Your Scrabble Cheat Sheet

Letter K

Everyone wants an extensive vocabulary. When you’re seeking kudos for your knowledge, throw some K-words into the mix.

When to use a comma: Tips and tricks

WC - Comma Use

By including commas only where they belong, your writing will become clearer and easier to read.

Em Dash: What Is It, When to Use It, and Why?

em dash

This punctuation mark can be stylish and strong, adding variety to your syntax, as long as you remember to use it sparingly.

How many words are in a five-minute speech?

How many words are in a five-minute speech

Imagine you need to give a 5-minute speech at a wedding. How many words should you prepare? You should write 625-750 words. Here's why.