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Subject:Re: Is Grammer Important? From:Michael Clark <miark -at- MIJENIX -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 21 May 1998 16:24:23 -0500
>Is good grammar important for effective technical communications?
I usually don't notice good grammar, but poor grammar can (and often
does) distract me from the content of a piece. So I would say this: at
the very least, good grammar is one less barrier to effective
communication, and that's important.