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Importance of grammar?


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2017-05-25 18:19:52
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The most important purpose of grammar is to insure that people understand what you are talking about.


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What you the importance proper grammar.

Spell checking and checking a document for grammar is very important if you want your document to be easily understood and look professional.

Just how important it is to 'learn' spellings first.

It is not accorded due importance in schools. In some schools, even the teaching staff lack due knowledge in grammar.

The history of structural grammar goes back to ancient Sumerian societies. They were a very prosperous civilization who quickly realized the importance of record keeping.

have always a big role in the individual and collective lives of the people

to read, to speak ,to spell. PS: grammar sucks

Please learn to use proper grammar before asking questions again. It should be "What is the importance of theWhiskey Rebellion?"Thank you and goodbye.

You need to know grammar so others understand what you are saying. If you don't use grammar it would be like this: See.this why need know grammar?Grammar allows for words to make sense, so that words aren't simply plopped down into meaningless jumble. Grammar allows us to be understood. In a short answer, go to any person or post with bad grammar, and see for yourself while you attempt to understand them.

When you write a short essay on the importance of reading books you should make a special note about how reading improves grammar and spelling.

Grammar is important so that people can understand each other.A good writer has a good grammar.Because in order to write one should know how to use words correctly.

The importance is fundamental on all languages' grammar. Using adjectives you can express the quality of any object or person. Without adjectives you couldn't say how any object looks like. Not only pronouns and adjectives are fundamental on grammar, but all elements of syntax are also important.

The importance of grammar in both oral and written communication is to have a standard form that makes it easier for large numbers of people to understand what is being said. If people do not agree on something, like tense, for example, it will make it difficult to know when something should happen.

Yes, the word importance is a noun, a common, uncountable, abstract noun; a word for a state or fact of being of great significance or value. Example:The importance of using good grammar is to be able to communicate with the widest range of people.

It's really all about your target audience. If the people to whom you will be speaking will be jarred by poor grammar, then it is important to have proper grammar. However, if those people will not be bothered by poor grammar, then proper grammar isn't necessary. However, in the latter case, it would be important to be able to switch between proper grammar and "everyday speech" depending on context, so being aware of proper grammar and being able to use it is essential even if your professional context doesn't require it all the time.

The importance of the functional English postgraduate level is that it helps in the language mastery. The learner can therefore teach and write a story in perfect grammar even if he is not a native English speaker.

No, grammar is spelled grammar in the U.S.

Spell and grammar is very important to present a professional, clean and warm image. If you don't spell check and grammar check, and you do not write English well, some errors and mistakes will pop. I suggest using Spell Check Anywhere (SpellCheckAnywhere.Com). It adds spell checking, and optional grammar checking, to all windows programs. This includes email, word, wordpad, etc..

There is no difference. Neither exists. Grammar is grammar, period.

The answer to this would be much easier to find if you would use proper grammar (What *is* the importance of *TLE*) and spelled things out (TLE? Do you mean television or The Lame Encyclopedia?) If you follow those guidelines resubmit your question, your answer will arrive faster. Thanks!

Generally you are talking about a complicated knot. I tie a bosn's knot and created a jig to tie it. I edited the question to correct the grammar.

Grammar that we all use, there is no other kind of grammar.

Yes, it is grammar, but your spelling is wrong; it's spelt grammar.

Different types of grammar. Stratificational grammar, transformational grammar, universal grammar, tagmemic grammar, phrase structure grammar, incorporating grammar, synthetic grammar, inflectional grammar, analytic grammar, distributive grammar, isolating grammar, traditional grammar, the new grammar*. -- (from Webster's New World Dictionary) RobbieWell, this question is harder to answer than it looks. Grammar can be subdivided in several different ways. (1) English education majors often study traditional, structural and generative grammars, which are different means of studying language. (2) On the other hand, you might be looking for standards of grammar, which would include prescriptive (rules of do and don't), descriptive (descriptions of what speakers and writers actually do), and formal (grammar used in computer programming). (3) Grammar, also, has several subfields: phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics.

Dependency grammar lacks phrasal nodes; constituency grammar (or traditional grammar) uses phrasal nodes.

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