Originally posted by free_form
I use proper grammar, and I rarely make a spelling error, thanks to spell check and my own advanced literacy.
If you are concerned over peoples' poor grammar on the internet, then you haven't been here very long.
Originally posted by boaby_phet
reply to post by jimmyx
i have to 100% disagree... just because a OP or reply is spelt and punctuated like a paragraph from the oxford dictionary, does not mean it has more credence over a OP or reply that has poor spelling and punctuation.
imo that view can be quite short minded, and blatently SUPPORTING IGNORANCE, as if you cannot see past a misspelt word or poorly punctuated paragraph, you could well be denying fact!
remember , this is ATS .. DENY IGNORANCE!
Originally posted by dragonsmusic
"Are you one of those people who care about using correct grammar?"
Actually that would be cares. See the one of rule. Are you one of those people who cares about using correct grammar?
Remove the "of those people" and you will see what I mean. As in "are you one who cares"
Originally posted by lernmore
Besides, as another poster's signature said...
Commas save lives!
Let's eat grandpa!
Let's eat, grandpa!
Originally posted by Chadwickus
We need MC Hammer to do some schoolin'!
Originally posted by alyosha1981
Grammer is not an accurate indicator of intelligence
Originally posted by Franz
If I have to make a big effort to guess what you mean with your vague, badly-worded sentences, why should I bother? I might get the meaning wrong because you have not successfully conveyed what you mean. More probably, I will assume that you haven't formulated your thoughts coherently to start with, and ignore everything you write.
Originally posted by reticledc
I am readily receptive to redundant use of relevant reasoning.
Reversing the otherwise redacted rhetoric, rampant though it may be.
Reacted upon, rightfully and without reproach, resembling a righteousness without rhyme or reason.
Respectfully, reported by your's truly, RETICLEDC.
[edit on 10/26/2009 by reticledc]