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Subject:Re: social science writing From:Kit Brown <Silverwnd1 -at- AOL -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 23 May 1996 01:24:42 -0400
I second that. I spend lots of time trying to help the engineers and
scientists at my company see the "active voice light" <or is it the light of
active voice? :-)>. They always tell me, "...but it's how I learned it in
school, so it must be right...."
Drives me crazy, and we won't even get into the misplaced modifiers......
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