Grammarly (www.grammarly.com) conducted a study with 3,000+ participants to settle an existential question that has been plaguing mankind for centuries (or maybe a few years here and there):
“Which gender has the better writers?”
They published the results to the question above in an infographic (below) and I got permission to share it here with you. I thought it would be fun for some discussion.
The results for characters question splits out equal from both perspectives — I think it’s only natural that we include bits of ourselves in our writing, since that’s a person we know best!
Pronouns & Determiners are pretty evenly split, too.
What do you think about the plot vs character and long vs short sentences? Would you put yourself in the majority in those categories?
I would for the first – I like (try) to develop my characters and have the plot follow. For sentences, I…
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