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More Posts on Grammar
Do you commit errors, including fragments, run-ons and nonparallel construction? Here's how to stop.
Writing might not be your strong suit, but there's no reason to repeatedly make these kinds of mistakes.
A new series on good writing, starting with some of those annoying grammar rules you should have learned in high school -- but didn't.
For starters, drop the use of the word 'there' at the beginning of a sentence. Ditto for 'while.'
Even in writing, you have just one chance to make a good first impression.
Talking a good game makes you popular, writing a good story makes you respected.
Whether it is the cover letter for your resume or your profile on a dating site, people are judging how you wrote it before they consider what you said.
A recent New York Times op-ed ordered people to stop saying 'I Feel Like.' Here are some other common utterances to consider banning as well.
The easiest way to sound very smart is to not repeat the dumb things everybody else says all the time.
The last thing you want to do is send an email or publish a blog post filled with grammatical errors.