5 English grammar myths you need to stop believing RIGHT NOW


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5 English grammar myths you need to stop believing RIGHT NOW

5 English grammar myths you need to stop believing RIGHT NOW

Can you ever start a sentence with “but” or “and”? Are double negatives always wrong? And is it really a rule that you can never split an infinitive? In this class, unlearn what you have learned in your English classes and see that there’s a difference between a rule and a guideline, and that in most of the cases mentioned, you’re free to forget the rule entirely. Study these 5 English grammar myths and be the life of the party at your next gathering of friends by being the person who starts a conversation with “Hey, did you know that you can actually end a sentence with a preposition?”


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