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Best Answer securityproducts3 says
lol. I love your sense of humor.
Stephanie Henkel says
Queirdkus Ω Ibidem says
Eric Dunbar says
Good answer - took the words out of my mouth. Practice makes close-enough-to-perfect to side-step niggles.
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Christine Thiel says
By and large good grammar is good grammar, whichever side of the 'pond' or the 'aussie lake' you live on. Neville Shute, Conan Doyle and John Steinbeck are appreciated everywhere for their writing style.
Esrom Aritonang says
You need to check on your grammar to make sure you're not abusing it. It's like building a wall, once you've got the bricks right you can develop a style of your own - usually 'English bond' works.