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Good grammar is essential for effective communication. Improper grammar can detract from the reading experience, and cast a shadow on the writer’s concern for their work.
There is nothing worse than writing something and not being fully understood by the reader. Grammatical errors come in many forms and can easily confuse and obscure your message.
However, before we look at 13 common grammar mistakes in the infographic below, understand that good writing doesn’t necessarily require perfect grammar, and occasionally grammar rules can be broken. A writer is better served being engaging and persuasive, than a stickler for English rules.
Keep in mind though that you can’t break grammar rules effectively if you don’t know them in the first place.
Here are 13 common grammar mistakes that writers make and how you can avoid them.