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The increased use of electronic and written communication highlight the value of proper grammar.

So, is grammar something adjusters need to pay attention to? But should they have to speak or write different? And, you know, grammar are something nobody pays attention to.”

Elementary school was once known as “grammar school,” where kids learned the “three Rs” of reading, writing and arithmetic. It’s unclear what they are learning today, but grammar seems to be among the least of the subjects taught in the 21st century. Did you catch the eight grammatical errors in that opening statement? First, each sentence began with a conjunction: so, but, or and. There are also different verbs for singular or plural subjects.

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