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If you ´re giving advice...

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If you ´re giving advice...
A timely post from Tom Freeman for those who like to give out English grammar and usage advice without checking whether it�s accurate, valid or even remotely based on how the language actually works:

5 Jan 2016      


A good point and an interesting article. Thanks.


Anyway, when I does talk, I is all ways write. So I aren �t need too cheque!

5 Jan 2016     


A quote from the blog, where the "author" feels entitled to mention someone with the wording:  
"The poor chap."

"Sadly, he thinks: �In that construction, the adverb �importantly� describes how they should care about their constituents. I�m not sure how one cares importantly. But that�s what it means.� The poor chap."

A despicable  author. He needs to grow.
Hope some day he will have better self-esteem not to show his  inferiority complex like this.

6 Jan 2016     

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You�re welcome, Matthew.

6 Jan 2016