The 5 min read, that will make you a TOP Writer
Ravi Shankar Rajan
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“Just know enough grammar to be able to communicate properly and make your work readable. People who are insane sticklers for perfect grammar are rarely great writers.”

Perhaps that advice is best incorporated within the notion of separating writing from editing. Correcting grammar as you go (i.e. editing) can stall the creative process. But as writers, not knowing the rules of grammar —or when to break them — can hinder our ability to communicate properly.

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