15 Grammar Mistakes that are Distracting Your Readers

15 Grammar Mistakes that are Distracting Your Readers

It’s okay to trust your use of grammar occasionally, but we all have to take extra care that our use or miss-use of grammar doesn’t distract the reader from our message.

Even though you’ve carefully edited and proofread your email or article, grammar mistakes can go unnoticed. Don’t feel bad, you’re not alone. In spite of all the years of schooling, people┬ástill mess up.

Below is a great infographic by Brian Clark the founder of Copyblogger. It’s fun to read and will help you stay grammatically correct.

If you want to get into the nitty-gritty points of grammar, I would suggest the go-to number one classic – The Elements of Style, by William Struck, Jr. and E. B. White.


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