No matter what industry you’re in and no matter what job you have, having the right writing skills and using the proper grammar and terminology can help make you look more professional and make a world of difference when it comes to your career and business training. There are many common writing errors out there that can easily be fixed and help save you a lifetime of annoyance and evil stares from colleagues, clients, or even just friends who take a particular distaste towards lazy grammar.
Whether it’s you yourself making some of these simple writing errors or you know someone who needs a bit of advice and pointing in the right direction, the infographic below outlines eight of the most common writing errors and how you can avoid them. Designed to be used as a visual checklist and informative reference point, the infographic will help to improve your written communication skills in no time at all. Learning to avoid these common writing errors will work wonders for your business or career!
Designed by the guys over at Walkerstone, a team of professional trainers and business writers, the infographic covers common writing mistakes including learnt vs learned, effect vs affect, me, myself or I, kind regards, bear vs bare, e.g. vs i.e., your vs you’re, as well as the all-important comma splice. Are you prone to making any of these writing mistakes? Check it out in the infographic below!
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