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Grammar Rules to Know and Grammar ‘Rules’ to Ignore

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The English language is a melting pot, a mishmash, a beautiful yet frustrating gyre of inconsistency. For those who have learned it as a second (or more) language, I salute you.

Unlike the French, we Anglophones don’t have a singular authority for what’s OK (okay?) in English and what’s not. That, among other actually valid reasons…

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