“Yes, your teachers in elementary school lied to you. These 3 incorrect grammar rules have been holding back your writing skills, and I’m here to tell you why.”
How well you use words can make a lasting impression on people. Wield those words skillfully and people may perceive you in any number of positive lights–as intelligent, poised, persuasive, funny, to name a few. But even one little grammatical slip can have the opposite effect. These are not words. “Regardless” and “thaw” are sufficient and don’t need any senseless prefixes mucking them up. When using these words as commands think in terms of direction. People bring things toward you and take things away from you.
- It is acceptable to begin a sentence with because, but, or and, so long as it is a complete sentence
- You actually can (and sometimes must) end a sentence with a preposition
- Colons should only precede a list if the colon is following a complete sentence
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