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10 Grammar Rules You Can (and Should) Ignore


Ghostwriter Dad blogger Tracy O’Connor, wrote a great article that really blows up any conventional thoughts you may have about the rules of grammar. Personally, I’m partial to numbers 2 and 7.

  • Don’t start a sentence with “and,” “but” or other conjunctions. Starting too many sentences with “and” or “but” will make your writing sound like a second grader’s. But use it in moderation and you will have the voice of the everyman.
  • Never use slang or colloquialisms such as “y’all” or “ain’t.”

 Take a look at the full list to see if there are any you’ve been dying to break free from.

Keisha Smith, Online Learning Tips

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