7 bad writing habits you learned in school

Touché, Copyblogger . “I think good writing doesn’t have to be educated or well supported or even grammatically correct,” Jonathan Morrow wrote for  Copyblogger . Not grammatically correct? That’s a bold statement, sir. “[Good writing] does have to be interesting enough that other people want to read it. Much of what comes out of high schools and universities fail this test, not because our students are incapable of saying anything interesting, but because a well-m…

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