Where can one learn to write grammatically correct sentences?
After a series of rejected articles for QAT by hubpages editors, due to poor grammar, I took a step further to understand in depth about grammar and writing grammatically correct sentences.
To my surprise, there are actually no books that explain exactly how a person is supposed to organize their words in terms of adjectives, nouns, and adverbs. Most only advocate for correct choice of words that collocate, but they don't actually show you how to do it.
It is very tiring.
Is there a person out there who knows the right material one can use to repair their broken English?
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