Would you tolerate poor grammar?
Recently, Cheryl Conner, a contributor at Forbes, wrote the article, “I Don’t Tolerate Poor Grammar.” In the piece, Conner outlines how poor grammar and writing have become common among the millennial-age work force and how some companies are beginning to crack down on these problems in the work place. Initially, the author was concerned that the “epidemic” of poor writing was a new inevitability, but—in learning about Grammarly—found some hope for the future of grammar.
Do you or would you tolerate poor grammar in the workplace and under which circumstances? Is poor grammar inevitable in today’s world?
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- audiencematters answered: We try to ignore it if there’s no consequence to doing so but in employees, interns and potential contractors, we do not.
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- kwriter03 answered: I am an English professor and will not tolerate poor grammar in my workplace, though my students lead me to believe it’s inevitable.
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