Monthly Archives: May 2013

Sample letter of notice to current tenant of increase in rent

The following is a letter I wrote for a landlord client, presented here as a sample of my work. [DATE] [NAME OF LANDLORD] [ADDRESS OF LANDLORD] [NAME(S) AND ADDRESS OF TENANT(S)] Dear [NAME OF TENANT(S)], We hope this note finds … Continue reading

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nonprofessional vs. unprofessional

Noun vs. adjective: A nonprofessional may still give a professional performance, while an unprofessional person does not. Webster’s New World College Dictionary provides a very helpful list of compound words formed with non- that do not have special meanings and … Continue reading

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“fewer” vs. “less”

The word “fewer” is correct when describing an amount of discrete items, or items which may be individually counted, where the number of items has decreased from a previous measurement. “Less” is used when what is being measured is not … Continue reading

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