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  • Chefs are like writers—always combining the elements of their trade to create new works of art. How else do you think we got ice cream made with liquid nitrogen? When it comes to describing food, some writers stick to common words: delicious, tasty, yummy. But eating is a multisensory experience. Here are some scrumptious food […] The post 8 Scrumptious Words to Describe Your Thanksgiving Dinner a...

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  • There are two words that evoke instant anxiety in nearly every academic—research paper. In this article, we’ll break down the steps to writing a research paper. How does a research paper differ from a research proposal? A research paper is different from a research proposal (also known as a prospectus), although the writing process is […] The post This Is How to Write an Effective Research Paper a...

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  • Networking can be a challenge. There’s more to it than just researching events, identifying contacts, and following up. You also have to balance talking about your goals and interests against getting to know others. Effective networking as much an art as a science. This quiz will guide you through some key aspects of effective networking […] The post Quiz: Do You Know How to Network? appeared firs...

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  • Your perfect job with the perfect company may not be advertised. So, how do you find gigs from within the hidden job market? You ask about them. Here’s how to write a letter of interest that will get you noticed . . . and maybe even result in a job. Years ago, before I was […] The post Here’s How to Write a Perfect Letter of Interest appeared first on Grammarly Blog.

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  • In ancient times (circa 1995), so-called “cell phones” were designed exclusively for making phone calls. But these days we spend a lot more time typing on our smartphones than talking. We use our mobile devices for everything—texting, email, posting to social media, Slacking with coworkers, commenting on our favorite blogs, and flirting with our latest […] The post 5 Mistakes to Avoid When Writing...

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  • There’s a lot you can do to make your LinkedIn profile shine. You list your greatest achievements. You make connections. You take the time to write a great LinkedIn summary. But for everything you do to make your profile stand out from the crowd, there are a lot of mistakes to avoid on LinkedIn, too. […] The post 8 Things You Should Really Delete from Your LinkedIn Profile appeared first on Gramma...

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  • Once, in a time before nearly everyone had access to the Internet in the palms of their hands, it was common to begin business correspondence with the salutation To Whom It May Concern. But times have changed. We’ll take a look at whether you should use To Whom It May Concern, explore a few alternatives, […] The post To Whom It May Concern: When and How to Use It Properly appeared first on Grammar...

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  • The average business email user receives over ninety emails per day. That means your message has some serious competition for the recipient’s attention. Clear, effective communication begins with using the proper business email format. What’s so hard about that? you’re thinking. I type out what I have to say, hit Send, and away it goes! […] The post 5 Business Email Format Tips That Will Help You ...

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  • No one wants to be known as the King or Queen of boring conversations. One way to prevent tedium is to avoid predictable speech patterns. Are you guilty of overusing “per our conversation?” Grab your listener’s attention with five fresh variations! If You Want to Give Credit for an Idea As Mentioned When you say […] The post Per Our Conversation: 5 New Ways to Say This Traditional Phrase appeared ...

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  • Sure, Thanksgiving is about feasting, but let’s not forget its other main theme: gratitude. This is the perfect time to show your appreciation for the awesome people in your life— especially those patient folks you spend your days working alongside! Consider taking a few minutes this holiday season to write your favorite coworkers a Thanksgiving […] The post How to Write the Perfect Thanksgiving M...

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  • You made it. You’re a manager or boss, maybe even a business owner or CEO. Now, it’s time to be a leader. If you know anything about managing other people and their ideas, you know that it’s a super tough gig. There are many tempting traps you can fall into when it comes to being […] The post The 10 Biggest Leadership Mistakes You Really Should Avoid appeared first on Grammarly Blog.

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  • Congratulations. (Maybe. Hopefully!) You haven’t clinched your new job yet, but getting this far is encouraging. You may already be excitedly imagining life in your upcoming role, but the more immediate task at hand will be nailing the interview. That means it’s time to prepare for an array of tough potential interview questions you may […] The post 5 Tough Interview Questions and the Perfect Resp...

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  • That typo or grammar goof you just made in an email might make a bad impression. It could signal that you lack attention to detail. At worst, it could make you seem less intelligent, conscientious, and trustworthy. Although email typos happen to everyone, they happen less frequently to those who take a little extra time […] The post 7 Brilliant Tips on How to Proofread Emails appeared first on Gra...

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  • Does your phone’s autocorrect drive you crazy? Maybe it’s never caught on that you’re “doing well”. . . not “doing we’ll.” No matter how many times you type “gave” it still insists you meant to say “have.” Or it may even think that swapping words like “baked” and “naked,” or “stapler” and “stalker,” is a […] The post 10 Autocorrect Text Fails You Need to See Right Now appeared first on Grammarly B...

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  • It’s the day of the big interview for your dream job. You’ve been prepping for weeks. You know the company in and out. You know why you’re the best candidate for the job. You’re ready to talk about your skills, weaknesses, ideas, plans, hopes, dreams, and favorite TV show. And then they ask: any questions […] The post 25 Smart Questions You Can Ask in an Interview appeared first on Grammarly Blog.

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  • Every employer has an ideal candidate in mind at the start of the hiring process. The “Why should we hire you?” question affords you the perfect opportunity to prove you are that candidate. We all hate having to answer this question, but when you consider it from an employer’s perspective you can see why every […] The post 5 Smart Ways to Answer ‘Why Should We Hire You?’ appeared first on Grammarl...

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  • There are days when it all comes together for you, but this might not happen to be one of them. Some days you’re able to just crank through one task after another. Your “sent” folder brims with solid work before noon, your contribution to the afternoon meeting is well received, and you even manage to […] The post This Is How to Be More Productive at Everything You Do appeared first on Grammarly Bl...

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  • Remember when phones were used exclusively for making phone calls? (Hard to believe, right?) Now we use our smartphones for all sorts of fun things . . . like sending text messages, answering emails, posting on Facebook, commenting on our favorite cat videos, and even finding true love. While the freedom and flexibility of using […] The post Why Mistake-free Writing on Your Phone Is So Valuable ap...

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  • You asked, and today it’s here! The Grammarly Keyboard is now available on iOS. It’s your personal editor for texts, emails, tweets, Tinder messages, and everything else you write on your phone. (Don’t worry, Android is coming soon.) For nearly a decade, Grammarly has helped people make their writing clear, effective, and mistake-free. Ten million […] The post Introducing the Grammarly Mobile Keyb...

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  • We all know that proofreading is important—it doesn’t matter if you’re a native speaker or just learning English. Nothing is worse than turning in a project you worked hard on, only to discover that it’s full of typos, misspellings, and grammatical mistakes. But proofreading your own writing is tough. Sometimes your brain sees what you […] The post 9 Perfect Ways to Improve Your Proofreading Skill...

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  • There’s no doubt that being a manager has its perks — increased prestige, recognition from upper management, and a higher paycheck among them. But as with anything worth aspiring to, it’s not all fun and games. As a manager, there are plenty of times you’ll find yourself in tough spots. Maybe you need to let […] The post 9 Skills You Need to Master Before You Become a Manager appeared first on Gra...

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  • During your job interview, your prospective employer is likely to ask you some behavioral questions. Unlike job-related questions that focus on past performance, behavioral questions help the employer get a better feel for who you are and how you’ll carry yourself on the job. Here are some of the common behavioral interview questions you can […] The post Behavioral Interview: 11 Questions and Answ...

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  • Wouldn’t it be great if there were a magic word you could say in order to get people to agree with you? If, for example, a simple utterance of “abracadabra” could instantly convince your employer to see things your way, salary negotiations would be a whole lot easier. Unfortunately, we live in the real world, […] The post 11 Words and Phrases to Use in Salary Negotiations if You Want to Succeed ap...

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  • Accepting a job offer isn’t as simple as saying, “I’ll take it! When do I start?” It’s important to make sure you and your employer have covered all the bases and there’s no confusion. It’s best to accept a job offer with a letter of acceptance. What to Look for in a Job Offer Prior […] The post How to Accept a Job Offer (Examples and Tips You Should See) appeared first on Grammarly Blog.

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  • Your dream job is out there. You can and will find it soon. How do we know this? Because you are driven, focused and have come to the right place for job-seeking advice. Grammarly is here to help. Don’t be mistaken. Finding an ideal career path isn’t easy. Job interviews are tough. Plus, figuring out […] The post These 7 Posts Will Help Your Job Search Pursuit appeared first on Grammarly Blog.

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  • It’s not a good look, but it happens: for busy, highly caffeinated workers in a deadline-driven world, it’s perilously easy to send an email that reads as callous and unfeeling. Your humble blogger included, we’ve all been guilty at times, hurriedly mashing “send” and moving on without acknowledging whatever favor or question we’ve imposed upon […] The post 11 Unique Ways to Say ‘Thank You’ in an ...

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  • To anyone who’s been following us on social media, it should come as no surprise that Grammarly loves puns—especially clever ones that we’ve never seen before. With Halloween just around the corner, we thought we would pull together some of the most creative ideas to spark your imagination. Drawn and Quartered It’s a good thing […] The post 16 Original Pun-inspired Costumes to Wear This Halloween ...

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  • You’re probably not as good at starting conversations as you think you are. And if, after reading that statement, you’re thinking Nuh-uh! I rock at starting conversations! there’s an even better chance you need the advice in this article. Last night, I went to a blues concert with my friend. After the concert, we bumped […] The post 7 Practical Tips on How to Start a Conversation appeared first on...

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