Grammar can often seem to be an annoyance to be aware of when we write or speak. In comment sections all over the internet we might observe someone making a grammatical mistake such as using “your” instead of “you’re”, and people indignantly pointing out the error. In the end, those who read that comment understand what the writer meant - so does it really matter at all?
Using grammar correctly makes your speech or writing clear and easily understandable.
Having precise grammar ensures that the intended meaning is delivered
Little alterations made in grammar can change the whole meaning of a sentence and fail to pass on the original intended meaning.Explore
Good grammar shows care was taken in the response
Time taken to properly format copy results in a better response; poor grammar is a rough first draftExplore
Grammar does not matter
Sticking to grammatical rules is a waste of time because it is superfluous.
Only the basic knowledge of grammar is needed for successful communication
Learning the rules of grammar does not make someone more fluent at a language.Explore
Having precise grammar is not needed to fully convey an idea
Small grammatical mistakes do not affect the delivery of a sentence’s meaning. When it comes to reading books and receiving commands, grammar is a small part of delivering information rather than the only thing. Therefore, having precise grammar is not needed to fully convey an idea.Explore
Grammar matters on some occasions only
Grammar is important only when we really have to be precise.
Precise grammar is crucial only when writing official documents
Legal documentations require the ultimate precision as they have to clearly lay down the rules for a specified region.Explore
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