Monday, March 24, 2014

Infographic: Top 20 Grammar Mistakes in Journalism

This cool, fun-to-read graphic page from GrammarCheck summarizes the top twenty grammar mistakes journalists (and probably everyone else) make. I'm happy to share it with you, and I invite you to visit GrammarCheck,net for more infographics and blog posts about grammar.

A Wordly Mistake: Top 20 Grammar Mistakes in Journalism (Infographic)


Ravi Kumar said...

Nice write-up! Being able to write creatively is something not all of us are capable of. Count yourself blessed because you have a talent. Getting into the mood in writing does not have a set of rules to follow. ‘To each his own’ is what people say; however, a list of suggestions wouldn’t to write a nove

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Marlene Saffan said...

When writing an introduction, first think about your thesis statement. Is there any good reason to come up with the thesis like that? If you feel that this issue matters nowadays, continue writing the draft, have a look at link to find more information!

Emma Glour said...

Wow, great post.

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