Email Grammar Guide

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Just because email messages are sent quickly doesnt mean they can be composed in a hurry. Sorry! You were hoping Id say little pesky things like grammar arent important. But, they are.

Here are a few grammar pointers to get you started on the right track for sending proper email messages. This isnt an exhaustive list. Entire text books are devoted to grammar. But, these few tips will be helpful.

Incorrect Modifiers
Put modifiers in their proper place. Sure as soon as I tell you what a modifier is, you can tell it where to go.

Modifiers are adjectives and adverbs. Adjectives are used to modify nouns and pronouns. Adverbs are used to modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. One way to help remember this is that most adverbs end in the letters ly.

Example – Using Modifiers Correctly

The following example demonstrates how to use adjectives to modify a noun and how to use adverbs to modify a verb.

When modifying a noun, use an adjective:

He did a poor job.
She is a frequent contributor.

When modifying a verb, use an adverb:

He did the job poorly.
She contributes frequently....

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