Why do people care so much about grammar when they know what you are talking about?
- robertoLv 65 months ago
internet is full of pop ghetto.music/rap abbreviations..some type out in the order & rapidity and form of their speech,,life everywhere is full of 3 ltr shortened titles,, some are mentally unable to read any posted item with slight deviations in rhythm,punctuation,diacritical marks,some are finicky morris the cats.,,college grads & beyond wayy beyond, avoid these,,expediate, ( wrong,it is 'expedite') ,excetera,nucyuh ler,as per,true facts true history,past history,prior plans,prior history,future plans,various and sundry,excape,point n time,genral consensus,concensus of opinion,genril consensus of opinion. ( 'gen/rll' that is how bad word raconteurs make it sound) ,outer perimeter, loose lose,lossed lost,choose chose,,preboard prepay prequalify,prepay,preorder,preregister,regester, we'll,well,your,you're , would of,libary, to,too close proximity,general consensus,disorientating,nope nope,,origination,,nope,, word is origin,another couple, masonary,,as in bricklaying,,it is'masonry' not 'masonary'promissary,,as in 'promissary' note,,wrong,,it is promissory,,'promissory note'
- sparrowLv 75 months ago
The only time it bothers me is when people don't separate their ideas and sentences with
periods and commas. It's because it's hard to read what they have written.
- bluebellbkkLv 75 months ago
Because when you write 'Your bad' we assume you mean 'Oops, you made a mistake'. If you actually meant 'You're bad', I'm afraid the meaning was lost.
- curtisports2Lv 75 months ago
Because how you present yourself to strangers is extremely important. First impressions are lasting impressions. If am reading a resume or giving a job interview and I encounter poor grammar skills, that person is not likely to get the job if the job involves dealing with the public.
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- Dv8sLv 75 months ago
Because they are trying to educate the uneducated.
- MikeLv 75 months ago
The panda goes into a restaurant and eats, shoots and leaves.
- ?Lv 75 months ago
Well, sure, but if you're explaining or describing, gotta go with grammar as an act of trust...that learning the foundations and fundamentals of language have at least a potential for driving the page to a better understanding. Discovery also happens with language---a reminder of an image, a phrase.
- 5 months ago
Perhaps they dont want you to sound uneducated.
- Anonymous5 months ago
In words and wordplay, grammar is usually the point of the question.
In real life if you read a document that is full of grammatical errors it devalues the authority of the work. If the writer can't get that correct what reliance can you place on the information they are providing? In short it becomes a matter of credibility.
- CogitoLv 75 months ago
Very frequently, using incorrect grammar makes it very difficult to understand what someone is talking about. Leaving out a comma, using incorrect spelling, poorly constructing a sentence, etc, can change the meaning completely.
The person writing the question might know what THEY mean, but the person reading it is often not going to have a clue!