False equivalence: the little-known English error that muddles the meaning of your text
The common phrases “in contrast” and “by contrast" are often changed by editors when these phrases start a sentence as an introductory phrase in formal English. Which one is right?
A quick tip about writing strategy.
Since Donald Trump has become president, there have been many protests across the USA. In normal English, the term "since" can mean "because" or a period of time after an event. Both uses are fine. However, in the above sentence, the meaning of the author is not clear. Does the author mean the protests happened… Continue reading Since or Because?
In this post, I show you how to shorten the title "A novel method for kitten clustering based on fluffiness."