Choosing a Style Guide for Your eLearning

In our school years we all (hopefully) learned the basic elements of grammar. At its basest level, grammar constitutes the rules necessary for our speech and writing to make sense. For instance, if you simply uttered the phrase “to the” without any context, all we know is that someone or something is, has, or will change in relation to something else. Without knowing what the change is, when it happened, what did the changing, or what the change is being compared to, “to the” holds very little meaning at all.

But if you said, “We went to the store,” someone fluent in English would know that a group of more than one person, including the speaker, traveled to a store, and that this happened in the past. All the necessary ingredients for a coherent sentence are there, and a full thought is sent from the speaker to the listener. That is why grammar is important.

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