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12 common grammar mistakes you're probably making right now (and how to avoid them)

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A 2012 study from the Society for Human Resources and Management showed that 45% of employers planned to increase training for grammar and other language skills.We've compiled a list of the top mistakes people make when writing, whether drafting an office memo or just chatting with coworkers around the water cooler.Common grammar mistakes stem from confusion over usage: fewer vs. less, it's vs. its, and then vs. than. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

You might consider grammar an annoying technicality, a minuscule detail of speech and writing not worth much effort.

But a 2012 study from the Society for Human Resources and Management showed that 45% of employers planned to increase training for grammar and other language skills (meaning they were unhappy with the levels.)

In other words: What you say matters as much as how you say it, especially in a professional environment.

Read more: 14 rules for using commas without looking like a fool

We've compiled a list of 12 common grammatical mistakes people make, whether drafting an office memo or just chatting with coworkers around the water cooler.

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12 common grammar mistakes you're probably making right now (and how to avoid them)12 common grammar mistakes you're probably making right now (and how to avoid them)

12 common grammar mistakes you're probably making right now (and how to avoid them)

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12 common grammar mistakes you're probably making right now (and how to avoid them)

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A 2012 study from the Society for Human Resources and Management showed that 45% of employers planned to increase training for grammar and other language skills. We've compiled a list of the top mistakes people make when writing, whether drafting an office memo or just chatting with coworkers around the water cooler. Common grammar mistakes stem from confusion over usage: fewer vs. less, it's vs. its, and then vs. than.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. You might consider grammar an annoying technicality, a minuscule detail of speech and writing not worth much effort. But a 2012 study from the Society for Human Resources and Management showed that 45% of employers planned to increase training for grammar and other language skills (meaning they were unhappy with the levels.) In other words: What you say matters as much as how you say it, especially in a professional environment. Read more: 14 rules for using commas without looking like a fool We've compiled a list of 12 common grammatical mistakes people make, whether drafting an office memo or just chatting with coworkers around the water cooler. // Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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12 common grammar mistakes you're probably making right now (and how to avoid them)12 common grammar mistakes you're probably making right now (and how to avoid them)

12 common grammar mistakes you're probably making right now (and how to avoid them)

Christina Sterbenz,Rebecca Aydin

Culture,Language,Words,English Language,Features,Andy Kiersz

12 common grammar mistakes you're probably making right now (and how to avoid them)

2019-10-09T16:10:00+02:00

2019-10-09T16:11:28+02:00

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A 2012 study from the Society for Human Resources and Management showed that 45% of employers planned to increase training for grammar and other language skills. We've compiled a list of the top mistakes people make when writing, whether drafting an office memo or just chatting with coworkers around the water cooler. Common grammar mistakes stem from confusion over usage: fewer vs. less, it's vs. its, and then vs. than.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. You might consider grammar an annoying technicality, a minuscule detail of speech and writing not worth much effort. But a 2012 study from the Society for Human Resources and Management showed that 45% of employers planned to increase training for grammar and other language skills (meaning they were unhappy with the levels.) In other words: What you say matters as much as how you say it, especially in a professional environment. Read more: 14 rules for using commas without looking like a fool We've compiled a list of 12 common grammatical mistakes people make, whether drafting an office memo or just chatting with coworkers around the water cooler. // Please enable Javascript to watch this video

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