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15 Grammar Goofs You Should Stop Making Immediately [Infographics]

15 Grammar Goofs You Should Stop Making Immediately [Infographics]

Total grammar mastery is utopian.

Because, you know, perfection is exclusive to God.

Again, unflinching adherence to all rules of grammar is undesirable. Because doing so slaughters your creativity.

But heck, some grammar goofs are just unpardonable.

However hard you try to look artistic when you use them, they simply make you look reckless. Or incompetent. Or both.

So if I were you, I would just study them right now, and never make them again. Forever.

15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly
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Be honest … which of these grammar goofs were you making up to the moment you read this?

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Comments

  1. Nice work.

  2. Ayeyemi Taofeek Aswagaawy says:

    To be sincere, I always get confused of which to use between complement and compliment when I want to use eulogy. Also, fewer and lesser. I get it right now beyond all iota of doubt.

  3. Mojisola Adebola says:

    Hhehehe…..#Lawdamussie (Lord have mercy). I cringe each time I see these mistakes. Thank you Coach for bringing them up. Jazakallahu khayr.

  4. Isamotu Nehemiah says:

    Mhennnnn…these are scary mistakes. #lol

  5. Abdullah, the excessive use of 'being' today has even confused the correct users to think using 'been' is wrong.

  6. Helpful shit! Thanks man.

    But I must confess; till date I don’t know whether could or can fits in in this expression: “Could/can you please…”

  7. Nicemate says:

    Really useful. Thank you, coach.

  8. It’s funny How one can never escape from maths (speaking of your security against spammers)
    Well, I always mistook ‘loose’ and ‘lose’ and always too lazy to look up a dictionary.
    Thanks

  9. Awesomely loaded infographic. Nice work, Tosin.

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