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“Grammar, grammar, who cares?” business professionals sometimes mumble. Well, you would be surprised at how many people do care, even those who are not writers. Don Ranley’s article on www.Ragan.com, titled “Seven Myths about Grammar,” touches on a few important points. Grammar and punctuation are important because they serve as the “cement” that holds the bricks together. It… Read more »

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Where to use commas and semicolons can be challenging. Here are two situations that cause considerable head scratching. Let’s first remember that punctuation marks are intended to guide readers so that they correctly understand your sentence, and so they read it easily, without stumbling. You have flexibility; nothing in the history of punctuation says there… Read more »

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