Ignore grammar rules at your own peril

Posted on 9/10/2013
In a recent issue of The Wall Street Journal, Mark Goldblatt writes, "Grammar may not seem like a big deal if you're composing a text message, or updated your Facebook status, or Tweeting about what you've just had for lunch . . . your reader is someone who likes you . . your college professor may or may not like you."  Does grammar matter in college?  Yes it does, it really does.  Your grade depends on it.   You should have learned grammar rules a long time ago, but maybe you were absent that semester or looking out the window at the raindrops . . whatever the case, TweakMyPaper can help you, not only improve your grades, but to learn where your common grammar mistakes are . . you might have a pattern that once identified you will be able to correct yourself.  Our editors send you two files, one is a redline version showing our suggested changes and the 2nd is the final version with the edits implemented.  The reason for this is so that you can learn what mistakes were corrected, and hopefully, correct these same types of mistakes in future papers.  Read the full article at 

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