Do I struggle with grammar pitfall?? Haha, all the time! Thanks for this post Susan, I mentioned you on my blog by the way.
Hi Marja -If those of us struggle when English is our native language, I can only imagine how difficult it must be for you. :)I'll pop by your blog. Blessings,Susan
Hi, Susan! I have few items in grammar that trip me up, but I must say, I'm pretty proud of my handle of gramatical issues. BUT, I promise I have plenty of other pitfalls!!
Will head over and check it out. Thanks Susan!Blessings,Karen
I'm the worst of all! Thanks for the link! My personal editor tells me to stick to the creative stuff! LOL!
Hi Heather -I'm not too bad in this area either. Setting is a whole different story. :)Blessings,Susan
Hi Karen -Have a great weekend!Blessings,Susan :)
Hi Carla -I hope the article helps some of the pieces fall into place. :)Blessings,Susan
Laurel is awesome. The misplaced modifier creeps into my writing.
Hi Lynn - Yes, Laurel's blog is excellent. Have a great weekend!Blessings,Susan :)
My time teaching high school and college composition forced me to master grammar. The misplaced modifier is a big problem! Laurel is good with explaining points like this.
Hi Rosslyn -I guess you'd need to be skilled in this area if you're teaching it. Those misplaced modifiers are tricky dudes.Blessings,Susan :)
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