Monday, February 25, 2013

Grammar Grab-bag: 4 Common Grammar Rules You Need to Know

It’s important to soak up all the advice on grammar, punctuation rules and spelling tips you can when you are a writer. The last thing you want is to submit a manuscript or a freelance assignment or a query letter to an editor and have it turned down because it was laced with grammar and punctuation errors. Can you imagine how embarrassing it would be to get your work rejected because you didn’t know how to spell a word (and spell check didn’t catch it)? Or your novel gets thrown in the slush pile because you don’t know when to use an adverb versus when to use an adjective?
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Grammar Rules: Punctuation & Sentence Structure