commit: fb200d8 - #595 (2014-04-14 00:44:57 -0400)
I just tend to overlook the common grammatical errors these days - its/it's, there/their, etc - because you see them so often and you realise that what we in the UK tend to take for granted in grammar education is less common in the US.I only mention the US because more Americans are online. Of course, some Brits make the same errors.I did not know that you should avoid using "-ing" if you can, as the article says. I'll watch out for that one. The ultimate guide to style is the Associated Press guide and it's free. http://www.apstylebook.com/online/
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when you reading any article, we are not so much into checking its grammatical mistakes... Often we read and understand !!
Specially if I am understanding something, I won't see if its written with correct grammar, secondly our mind reads it correct... most of the the times.....
Like if you would have noticed that i mentioned "the" two times above...
Many of the examples have nothing to do with grammar. And sadly, the title itself is incorrect. Bad grammar doesn't pose any threat to an article's popularity.