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  • Are you reading this blog post at work? Tweet us (@Grammarly) if so. We know the nine-to-five marathon can lead to moments of triumph and will even create hilarity. Just search Twitter for the confirmation. Enter “at work” in the search tab and you’ll find an endless scroll of posts about people venting, over-sharing, even […] The post At Work? Here Are 12 Hilarious Tweets about Office Life appear...

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  • A great restaurant review can point you toward your new favorite spot—or help you avoid a dining disaster. Review sites like Yelp and TripAdvisor have an abundance of restaurant reviews to browse, but if you spend any time on these sites you’ll notice not all reviews are helpful. Some reviews are positive, but are so […] The post This Is the Best Way to Write a Memorable Restaurant Review appeared...

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  • Job searching is like dating: each side involved is trying to find the perfect fit. You’re sizing up an employer to see if they’ve got what it takes to make you happy. The employer is evaluating whether you can make their dreams come true as a productive, successful team member. However, much like dating, there […] The post 7 Ways You’re Scaring Off Recruiters and How to Fix the Mistakes appeared ...

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  • You don’t have to be an introvert to dread networking events. Initiating conversations with total strangers can feel a bit like going on a blind date—the results could be magical, or painfully awkward. Though networking in person doesn’t have to be a nightmare, it can still be difficult to fit into your busy schedule. Online […] The post This Is How to Build Your Professional Network from Your Pho...

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  • Today, 80 percent of Internet users own a smartphone. It’s been predicted that, by this year, eight in ten email users will access their email accounts exclusively from their mobile devices. We’re reading and writing more emails on mobile than ever, so getting it right has never been more important. Getting communication right (in email […] The post 5 Helpful Tips on How to Write Emails from Your ...

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  • All across America, it is performance review time — the annual ritual of nervousness and wincing when everyone from interns to executives gears up to receive critical feedback about their work. In addition to the evaluation of performance and success, this is the time when managers and HR pros decide on bonuses, promotions, and raises. […] The post 10 Smart Ways to Improve Your Chances for a Raise...

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  • Your email may never be opened. Sure, you wrote brilliant copy. You also took the time to craft a compelling subject line. You followed good email etiquette. But, unless you considered the best time to send an email, your message may still be destined for the trash bin. By my conservative estimate, I’ve sent at […] The post When Is the Best Time to Send an Important Email? appeared first on Gramma...

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  • In the days before email, Paul McCartney famously sang, “PS I love you” on The Beatles’ 1963 album, Please Please Me. But what does PS mean and how do we use it in modern communication? What Is the Meaning of PS? PS stands for postscript. It comes from the Latin postscriptum, which literally means “written […] The post What PS Means and How to Use It Correctly in Your Email appeared first on Gramm...

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  • Miss, Mrs., and Ms. are not interchangeable terms. Choosing the wrong title can cause offense, so it’s important to know the difference between the three titles. The guide below will describe how the titles Miss, Mrs., and Ms. have been used traditionally—but remember, if someone tells you they prefer a particular title, that’s the one […] The post Here’s How to Know the Difference Between Miss, M...

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  • You’re 96 percent sure that you are ready to schedule a meeting with your boss to ask for a raise. Or perhaps you’re nearing the end of the job interview process and an offer is in sight. However, if you’re like me, you have definitely put your foot in your mouth a time or two […] The post 9 Things You Should Never Say in a Salary Negotiation appeared first on Grammarly Blog.

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  • The last thing you want to worry about when ringing in the new year is where to put the apostrophe. Get the nitty-gritty on New Year, New Year’s, and New Years so you can make a toast at midnight and get your punctuation right while you’re at it. When is it “New Year’s”? Use the […] The post Happy New Year, New Year’s, or New Years? How to Wish Someone Well in 2018 appeared first on Grammarly Blog...

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  • Let’s face it, the English-speaking world would be significantly less exciting without slang. How would we have survived 2017 without subtweeting, throwing shade, or declaring various things “lit?” Many English words begin their lives as slang. Dictionaries like Merriam-Webster monitor slang closely in order to understand new trends in English, eventually adopting new slang words […] The post 25 S...

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  • For many, the holiday season is a time of communication. Not only are we getting together with loved ones, but we also take additional time to greet others and get in touch with old friends. Sometimes, however, it can be tough getting all the words right. Where should the apostrophe go in “Season’s Greetings”? Should […] The post Season’s Greetings or Seasons Greetings and 3 More Confusing Holiday...

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  • It’s that time of year… when you dread every interaction because you don’t know whether to say “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Holidays,” “Season’s Greetings,” or maybe some secret salutation you don’t even know yet. So what are you supposed to say? In general, “Happy Holidays” is accepted as the broadest and most inclusive greeting at this […] The post Here’s When to Say ‘Happy Holidays’ Instead of ‘Me...

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  • Maybe you don’t love holly or snowmen. Or winter jingles. Or trying to manage the list of gifts you’ll need to buy, wrap, and present to your loved ones. Heck, maybe every year you get stuck holding down the office for weeks on end while half the staff is away. Still, you want to power […] The post How to Write Holiday Greetings and Avoid Common Mistakes appeared first on Grammarly Blog.

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  • The holidays are upon us, and these winter celebrations with their many traditions each have a rich and varied vocabulary. From Krampus to kinara, latke to plum pudding, frankincense to yule—there’s a whole host of fantastic holiday words to explore. So broaden your lexicon and enter the holiday spirit with these fifty awesome holiday words! […] The post 50 Awesome Holiday Words to Know This Decem...

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  • Grammarly blog readers love many things. Chief among them, grammar advice, writing tips, and of course, reading. Book recommendations are always clutch, especially at this time of the year. So for those looking for last-minute stocking-stuffers or timely selections for your book clubs, we asked our Facebook audience, “What has been your favorite book of […] The post Reader’s Choice: 10 Books That ...

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