Please correct my grammar (but not anyone else’s)

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I’m a professional writer, but I’m not a professional copy editor. Typos happen. Genuine errors happen. And I truly appreciate it when someone messages me and tells me about my errors so I can correct them.

But as a general rule, unless you are someone’s editor or English teacher, it’s time to let grammar errors go.


It’s not because kids these days don’t think they need grammar. They do. And I’m happy with English teachers that are strict about such things. But when people are posting on social media or sending an internal email, if you understand what they

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