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How to Avoid Slip-Ups and Make Remembering Grammar Rules Easy with Visual Mnemonics

Science-backed proof that imagery can help you become a better writer

A light brown suede trainer with white rubber sole is about a centimetre away from stepping  onto an opened out, slightly browning banana peel. The trainer is at the top of the frame, pointing slightly to the left. The floor that they are both above is terracotta tiled.
Image by Steve Buissinne from Pixabay

Writers of all calibres are not purely writing machines. From time to time even the most seasoned of us, though we may cleverly hide it with Grammarly, allow little errors to slip through the cracks.

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