Hello to everyone! Some would say that a better title for my latest and most important blog is "Grammar Made Easier"—but, I am going to leave it as is. This blog is intended to be a general forum by which I can make observations and points about grammar and communication usage in today's society; the blog will not be stuffy or irrelevant. I will keep everything light, tight, and practical, because as we all know, grammar is considered by many a contentious and heavy subject that induces naps or glazed eyes. My goal is to make a difference in your personal and professional lives by offering simple grammar and communication suggestions that you can immediately use. So you see, this blog is not about me—it's about you.
In addition, you can post comments related to grammar and its use, and others may comment on your post. I intend to post regularly on such everyday topics as grammar usage and the challenges we face all the time in writing, speaking, and communicating well. You'll see some interesting distinctions I make on common errors, and you'll see my thoughts of what I observe others say in the public arena. I must note that I am not a grammarian or English language guru; I just have a lot of relevant experience in writing and copy editing. If you want to ask me a private grammar or communication question (we'll keep it between you and me), feel free to email me via my website's contact section located on this blog.
Your comments will appear online within a day or so because I want to have a brief delay before they're approved. But worry thee not! Your comment is my priority. Although you do not have to register as a user on this site, it would be nice if you would do so and follow me; I'd appreciate it. If that doesn't work for you, you can register as an anonymous member, or just bookmark the site so you can find it a couple of times a month.
Feel free to comment at will and educate us all on your thoughts on grammar; please keep everything clean, positive, and professional, or otherwise, I will delete the offending comment and toss it into the grammar trash can.
Thanks, and I'm glad you're here.
Randall Ponder, Baton Rouge, Louisiana USA www.editing-expert.com
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