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Unless you’re perfect, I can firmly say that we’ve all experienced silly grammar errors. Without a doubt the English language can be strange, however not understanding its rules makes it even stranger for your reader. This problem shouldn’t be taken lightly, the following infographic will enable you to write better and avoid grammar goofs in the future. Enjoy!



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  1. Another silly grammar mistake is the using of “a” and “an” wrong. So, if the word after “a” or “an” starts with a vowel letter you should use “an”, and if the word starts with a consonant you should use “a”.
    e.g.: “an egg”, “a car”.

  2. Excuse me, but even I know the diference between those… I’m from Chile, and my first language is spanish. I speak/write english, in medium level, and they look just too easy, If I can’t make those mistakes, how can you ppl !? Take care 🙂

  3. How about “uniform” ? 😀

  4. I don’t wear an uniform at work. 😛

  5. 😀 You should check your English, brother ..

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