Unless you’re a grammar nerd like us, it’s hard to keep up with the Associated Press Stylebook updates year after year. To be honest, grammar is challenging enough without staying on top of the AP Stylebook changes. But, here’s a secret that even the most hardcore grammar aficionados don’t want to admit to.
Everyone makes grammar mistakes!
The English language can be hard to master because it’s full of rule exceptions, the composition can be confusing, and most people don’t use proper grammar while speaking. Even the best writers make mistakes because they become so familiar with what they wrote, their eyes gloss over the grammatical errors.
The best way to eradicate grammar mistakes from your writing is through proofreading! It’s important to have various people proofread your work multiple times. Otherwise, grammatical errors can lead people to believe you are careless and unprofessional.
If you’re looking for a quick reference to improve your grammar, review this handy “Ultimate Grammar Cheat Sheet” infographic from The Expert Editor.