to empower If you empower someone, you give that person authority or power to do something (The Oxford English Dictionary). Here is an example sentence: The prime minister said, “We have to give more power to women to create a more equitable society.” The prime minister said, “We need to empower women to create a more equitable society.” Which sentence would you and, most importantly, your reader prefer? You’ve guessed it right if you have chosen the second one. Why […]
Are you looking for ways that will help you present your ideas more precisely and effectively? Then this is the right place for you! Clear writing not only grabs attention of your readers but also makes you a more powerful communicator. And this is where power words and, especially, power verbs come into the picture. On our blog we will be sharing several tips on some vigorous words that will help you communicate your thoughts more powerfully. For example, make […]
Below in an overview of the times when the definite article (“the”) needs to be used. There are some exceptions. [ws_table id=”1″] *For some organizations the trend is now to drop the “the,” e.g, Harvard University, Facebook. If unsure, check online. **Check whether the “the” is part of the official title and requires capitalization.