12 Common Writing Mistakes Bloggers Make


Source: Grammar Check

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This article has 2 comments

  1. Denise van Hulst

    I was taught in English class that there is no comma before and and but in a sentence.

  2. AggieCowboy

    #10 is wrong. Or, rather, outdated. The singular “they/their” is acceptable and understood to be singular by the context of the sentence.

    @Denise: No comma if the clause following the conjunction is incomplete, but a comma is required if it is a complete clause that can stand as it’s own sentence. Then there’s the Oxford comma when writing lists. It’s not always needed; however, not using a comma before the conjunction may completely change the sentence.

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