Grammar Blog

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The Most Important Grammar Rules to Remember When a Spell-checker Isn’t an Option

GrammarCamp.com lists some of the most important grammar rules that you should remember when a spell-checker isn’t available.

GrammarCamp.com explains some dos and don'ts for people who are new to Canada.

So, You’re New to Canada, Eh?

GrammarCamp.com explains some dos and don’ts for people who are new to Canada.

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Beyond the LOLs and Hashtags: English Is the Language of Online Business

GrammarCamp.com explains the impact of English being the language of online business.

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It’s Just an Email…Right?

GrammarCamp.com explains why grammar and tone are so important in a professional email.

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It’s in the Pages: Reading for Pleasure Makes for Better Writers

GrammarCamp.com explains the positive ways in which reading for pleasure can affect other areas of your life.

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How to Be Productive While Unemployed

GrammarCamp.com explains how to be productive while unemployed by learning new things, checking items off your bucket list, and revamping your resume.

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Five Obstacles Businesspeople Face When Learning English (and Why You Can’t Afford to Let These Obstacles Defeat You)

GrammarCamp.com lists five obstacles businesspeople face when learning English and explains why you can’t afford to let these obstacles defeat you.

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The Most Common Grammar Gaffes That Sneak Into Résumés

GrammarCamp.com lists the top ten most common grammar gaffes that sneak into résumés.

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Politically Incorrect: Grammar Mistakes in Public Speaking Will Cost You

GrammarCamp.com looks at how grammar mistakes can seriously affect how you are perceived when speaking in public.

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Sloppy English Grammar Can Lose You Business

GrammarCamp.com explains how sloppy English grammar can lose you business, and offers solutions to ensuring your company creates error-free content.