Here’s a fun fact: there’s actually a difference between “blond” and “blonde. And the distinction between the two words is something every good editor and proofreader should know. Plainly, a blond is a fair-haired male, and a blonde is a fair-haired female. “Blond” is the most common between the two versions and is used as an
Category: Grammar & Writing
Here’s a short one for you! Is it toward or towards? Are you walking toward or towards something? Well, technically, there’s nothing wrong with using both. “Toward” is most common in American English and “towards” in British English. -E
This week I found myself going back and forth on how to correctly address a business entity in text while working on a project. It was late, I was tired, my mind was playing tricks on me. A business is run by a group of people so the pronoun should be they! I thought to myself.