Subscribe to LexTalk to stay on top of today’s legal issue and trends.
Catapult Your Career |
Industry Insights & Trends |
Product Training & Tips
Writing is everywhere! From emails, to text messages to social messaging boards to your kids’ homework, everyone has something to say, and more than before standard writing rules have been thrown out of the window in lieu of easy, conversational words.
But what happens when your personal writing style bleeds into your professional communications? The below Infographic takes a look at the 10 common writing mistakes that you are probably making.
Infographic courtesy of Sarkemedia.com.
Thanks for sharing, Travis! I'll add one (which always gets me): who or whom. Use the "he/him" test to determine the correct pronoun. He=who and him=whom. For example: "Who wrote the letter?" (since he wrote the letter) and "The letter is for whom?" (since the letter is for him).