E-mail is simply communicating with the written word, right? We are not born with these skills or education. We acquire our writing skills as we go through grade school for the basics, high school for more instruction and more so for those who go on to college.
Grammar is so important to being understood, to providing a positive impression and to helping you excel so you offer an educated, and more importantly for business; credible and professional perception. I know all about it — I’ve learned and am still learning about grammar and good writing by having this site — and being corrected when I run astray!
“Bad grammar is like bad breath, just because no one says anything doesn’t mean that no one noticed”
Today I would like to remind everyone about a neat little service that I’ve type about before that offers daily grammar tips @ www.dailygrammar.com. This courtesy service is similar to my Weekly E-mail Etiquette Tips in that once you sign up, the gems of information land in your inbox. How cool is that!?
So why not head over and sign up right now?