How good is grammar? When writing e-mail messages, it is important to have the correct grammar. By being aware of common mistakes, you can avoid them.

In other words, you don't have to know all the rules. (What a relief!) But, … (Did you know he's coming, right?) You need to know what you don't know. If you are not sure if something is right, contact us. Or ask someone for help.

If you don't have time to ask for help, here's a quick tip. Use a different wording. In other words:

If you are unable to determine whether the sentence should be set correctly, the words should be rewritten so that the problem is not included. Please don't tell your high school teacher that I made this suggestion!

Yes, it would be good if the country knows the proper English language. However, the reality is not many. The article aims to convince you to choose the right grammar.


Are your grammar skills good? Learn the quiz below.

Instructions: Indicate that the given expression is correct (C) or incorrect (I).

CI 1. John is on the couch in the office.

CI 2nd Peter (laid out) on the desktop.

CI 3. She (sitting) in front of the computer.

CI 4. (Set up) the files on my desk when it is finished.

CI 5. Customers now want to bid.

CI 6. The customer wants to return his phone call.

CI 7. Wilma had (less) callers on the line.

CI 8. Fred has fewer (fewer) employees.


1. Wrong.

The correct answer is lying.

Lie means it retracts.

The verbs are intransitive; does not require an object.

Past time "lay".

2nd Correct.

Place or place devices.

The verb is transitive; requires an object.

Past tension "laid out".

3rd Correct.

Must be arranged for the seats.

The verbs are intranetal.

Past time "sits."

4th Correct.

Adjusting the insertion or placement of devices.

The verb is transitive.

Past time "set".

(Yes, this is the same as the current tension. It is finally an English grammar.

5. Correct.

6. Incorrect:

The antecedent is unique, which requires a singular pronoun

In other words, the unique form of the "client"


The correct word is "less." or less)

8. Good:

Fred can count on his employees, so "less" is correct


8 = You & # 39; Keep the email

6 – 7 = All right. You can learn some tips on my book, the Etiquette Made Easy (see the link in the resource box).

3 – 5 = Request help. Try my book, Etiquette Made Easy Easy (see the link in the resource box).

Less than 3 = Ugh! Call me right know! Intensive therapy is immediately planned.

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