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25 Egregious Grammar Errors

25 Egregious Grammar Errors and How to
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25 Egregious Grammar Errors and How to
Avoid Them

Watch out for these red flags!

Does avoiding grammatical errors matter? Only if you want your message to be clear and credible, and both you and your organization to come across as professional.

Grammatical errors in your writing slow down your readers. And if you can't get the grammar right, there could be more serious errors in the content. Credibility suffers along with your image.

Whether you're composing an internal memo about a project close to your heart, penning a note to the boss or creating an external proposal that could win a big new client, good grammar gives you an advantage over those who write poorly, and it puts you on the same level as others who write well.

With 25 Egregious Grammar Errors and How to Avoid Them close at hand, you'll have a far better chance of avoiding errors – and avoiding a big negative impact upon your emails, memos, reports and whatever else you write.

25 Egregious Grammar Errors and How to Avoid Them – available only via download from our website – focuses on "red flags," those errors that crop up again and again, even for experienced writers. You'll nail down the rules on:

  • Similar yet confusing words. Adverse/averse. Altar/alter. Than/then. Which is right? Depends on what you're trying to say.
  • Other commonly misused words. Among/between. Composed of/comprise. Unique, a word that can't be modified. (There are no degrees of unique, i.e., no one can have "the most unique voice you've ever heard.")
  • Erroneous phrases such as feel bad (experiencing sorrow) vs. feeling badly (because you're wearing thick gloves).
  • Dangling modifiers. While composing this email, a computer crash briefly slowed me down. You see the problem, right?
  • The classics. Its/it's. Your/you're. There/they're/their.

When people read something you've written, do you really want them thinking, "This person doesn't even know basic grammar"? Or would you rather they focused on the quality of your ideas? There's a simple solution: Get your copy of 25 Egregious Grammar Errors today!


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