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Grammar Resources for Writers

I've met a lot of people who want to become writers, but who feel like they've already tripped out of the starting gate because of one big problem: they don't know their grammar. They can't tell apart a clause from a phrase, they don't have the first clue what a comma splice is, and they can't understand why editors just won't take them seriously. Most schools these days just aren't teaching grammar, and it's leading to a lot of people lacking basic English construction skills. So what's a budding writer to do? (Read more »)

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