Top 25 language and grammar mistakes

How many of these do you commit? “While it’s true that corporate communicators need to aim at colloquial language — we don’t want to be so colloquial that we assault our readers’ eyes with errors,” writes Daphne Gray-Grant, a former newspaper editor. Here one’s mistake: “Writing that something has ‘peaked your interest.’” Not correct. Know what is? Read the full story on .

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