VANCOUVER, BC, April 04, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Grammar is not always a precise science, no matter what grammarians may tell you. Grammar rules do evolve and experts often disagree; the Oxford comma is a great example of this.
When I had to write essays in French - a second language for me - I would sometimes come to a grinding halt as I realized I couldn't remember the correct form of a verb or wasn't sure of the grammar rule - should I use subjunctive or not? My solution? I would think of a way to rephrase it, hence avoiding the issue.
This type of evasive action is always a possibility if you're unsure about anything in your writing: spelling, punctuation, sentence construction, etc. If you've done your research and are still none the wiser because you found conflicting opinions, I would strongly suggest looking alternatives. Turn the sentence around, think of a different way to phrase it - whatever is necessary to avoid the dilemma.About Prompt Proofing
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