Writers Write is a comprehensive writing resource. In this infographic, we share 15 grammar rules it’s okay to break.
More people are reading and writing than ever before. It might not be novels and magazines so much these days, but when it comes to news articles, blog posts, and even Tweets? We read and write tons. With smartphones and laptops, we’ve all become writers, published on our own platforms.
And with more people writing, reading, posting, and tweeting than ever before, it’s also harder to be heard. How do you get people to hear your voice when millions of other people are trying to speak, too?
The key? It’s all about the strength of your communication. And this rests on your grasp of your mode of communication; in this case, the English language.
With more people from more places using it than ever before, English has never been more fluid and prone to evolution that it is today. It seems like every week there’s a new word or phrase, so how do you keep up?
Simple: learn the basics. Understand the foundations. Respect the rules (and then break them). Figure out the inner workings behind English, exactly what makes it tick. The more familiar you are with the rules, the better you can use them – and break them – to your advantage.
15 Grammar Rules It’s Okay to Break
Here are 15 grammar rules you need to learn and break today:
Source for infographic: Expert Editor
by Isabel Cabrera, Communications Manager, The Expert Editor
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