And it bleeds into our emails and writings, in general. It also leads to grammar taking a backseat to getting out information sooner rather than later.
But for many, especially in the professional realm, grammar can make or break you. That script you expect to be read all the way through? It may only see a page or two read before it’s dismissed. Why? A variety of reasons. But the most common one: Too many grammatical errors.
One such offender that can make readers climb up a wall is the comma. Overuse. Underuse. Just plain improper use.
So how do you get it under control? Click here for a good starter lesson from our comrades at the Purdue Writing Lab.