Anyway, Any Way, or Anyways?

Anyway: adverb. regardless or in any event. Examples: Maria’s grades have slipped, but she plans to apply to Ivy League colleges anyway. No matter what you say, she’s going to the party anyway. Any way: adjective and noun. any particular course, direction, or manner. Examples: Chloe is willing to help Maria prepare for the SAT

Show, Don’t Tell

Anyone who has taken a writing class has heard or seen (on their manuscript) the words: Show, don’t tell. Effective writing creates an image in the reader’s mind instead of just telling the reader what to think. Here’s a sentence that tells: Mrs. Canter was a large, impatient old woman. That gets the information across,