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Why are Grammar and Punctuation So Important?

Using good grammar creates a good impression of your writing. Would you ever go to a job interview in sweats and an old bathrobe? Of course not! You would appear sloppy and unconcerned. No employer would hire you. You create the same sort of impression on your professors when you include misspelled words and grammar mistakes in your essays. Using good grammar and correct spelling polishes your writing and gives the impression that you are studious and well-prepared. Check out our Grammar Resources for more information on this topic. 


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