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Clear up any confusion you might have with the present perfect tense. 👇grammarly.com/blog/present-p…p
Know whether to ask if someone's feeling "alright" or "all right." 👇 grammarly.com/blog/alright-v…A
Sunday reminder: Don't forget to check in on yourself.
If you're seeking inspiration, here are some quotes from writers to help you stretch your creative muscles. 💪grammarly.com/blog/writing-q…x
Where do you find creative inspiration? 🤔
The English language is a difficult one to learn and improve upon, but we have some tips to get you started. 👇 grammarly.com/blog/how-to-im…m
5 tips to improve your business writing: 🔸 Align your writing style with your audience’s goals 🔸 Tailor your writing tone to the context of your message 🔸 Leverage structure and formatting to improve clarity 🔸 Maintain consistency 🔸 Write with a clear call to action in mind
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Less "I should be able to." More "I can." 💪
What is your biggest email pet peeve? 📧
🔟 phrases to keep at arm's length the next time you send an email. grammarly.com/blog/things-to…M
Creating a flexible environment is one act of empathy that helps keep your workforce energized. #RemoteWork #FlexibleWorking
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The approach to hiring has shifted in recent years. Here are the most sought-after soft skills that companies are looking for today. 👇grammarly.com/blog/professio…F
59% of Americans have experienced a career gap at some point—click through for ways to navigate conversations about one with confidence. 🤝
Work no longer takes place 100% in the office—but your teams still need to communicate 100% of the time. 💬
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Nix these words to stay concise the next time you're writing. 💯 grammarly.com/blog/words-you…C
10 filler words and phrases to cut from your writing: ✂️ 1. Essentially 2. Basically 3. Definitely 4. Pretty 5. Just 6. Very 7. I think 8. I mean 9. Sort of 10. Being that
When you’re writing something important, mix-ups are something you'll want to avoid. Here are some common eggcorns to look out for. 👀 grammarly.com/blog/eliminati…E
Have you ever seen someone write “for all intensive purposes” instead of “for all intents and purposes”? These kinds of mix-ups are called eggcorns. 🥚🌽 Learn more fro@LucieBFinknk on what they are and how to avoid themJN
Today's friendly reminder. 💚p
Know how to identify what’s causing passive-aggressive communication and learn ways to avoid it in the workplace. 🤝grammarly.com/blog/passive-a…Z
Master the art of using the fewest possible words to convey an idea through concise writing. ✅ grammarly.com/blog/concise-b…
#TipTuesday: To hold the attention of your audience, be concise. 👍
Tailor your tone for your readers to get your message across as you intend and communicate empathetically. 💯c
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Pro résumé tip: Tailor your skills section to keywords in the job posting. 💡grammarly.com/blog/resume-sk…e
When we text you “💯” it means no writing mistakes were found in your message.
Before you know it, you’re circling back on action items and deliverables. 🤷y
Have some peace of mind that your text was received as intended. 😌 grammarly.com/blog/how-gramm…u
What's the worst typo you've sent over text? 🙊
Say goodbye to awkward pauses and stilted small talk with these engaging icebreakers. 🧊grammarly.com/blog/best-ice-…H
What's your favorite icebreaker question? 🧊 We'll start: What would you want your last meal to be and why?
Ensure your spelling is top-notch by learning these commonly misspelled words. ✍️ grammarly.com/blog/misspelle…
What's one word you always misspell no matter how many times you've written it? 🤷
Practice a positive mindset to sound more confident (and be kinder to yourself). 🤗 grammarly.com/blog/positive-…b
Reframe your language toward gentle positivity with these helpful phrases. 💚u
Make a strong impression on LinkedIn with these key tips for building a mistake-free profile. ✅ grammarly.com/blog/linkedin-…
Excel at your writing with the correct word choice—every time. 🙌 grammarly.com/blog/word-choi…C
Make your writing more interesting with these engaging alternatives. ✅ grammarly.com/blog/common-ad…
Turn your writing from good to excellent with these alternatives. 💯L
What piece of advice would you give yourself before starting your professional journey? ✨ #MondayMotivation
Know whether to tell someone you're "alright" or "all right" when they ask how you're doing. 👇 grammarly.com/blog/alright-v…A
It's never a bad time to express gratitude to the ones who deserve it most. 🤝 grammarly.com/blog/express-g…W
Rest is deserved, not earned. 💚
Raise your hand if you're ready to log off for the weekend. 🙋
Variety is the spice of life (and writing). 🌶K
Let's go down the rabbit hole of symbolism. 🐇 grammarly.com/blog/symbolism…U
Use these helpful writing habits to take your skills to the next level. ✍️ grammarly.com/blog/writing-h…
The language we use can have a powerful impact on how we feel safe and supported at work. Click through for tips on using LGBTQIA+-inclusive language to communicate with empathy in—and outside—the workplace. 💚#PrideMonthhD
What is the best way to save time at work? 🕐
Find out more about hybrid work by tuning into @GrammarlyBiz’s webinar tomorrow with @AdamMGrant. ⬇️ twitter.com/GrammarlyBiz/s…
Set your week up for success. Write out your to-do list. 📝
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