Laws of Grammar

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Knuth don has a grammar
“The Grammar laws strong in me are.”
~ Master Yoda
  1. Commas must be used, appropriately.
  2. Its important that we insert apostrophes in the right place's.
  3. always ensure Correct Capitalisation.
  4. Eye before Ee except after Tea.
  5. You shouldn't have been going to be mixing your tenses, did you?
  6. Always ensure that you never don't use the subjunctive clause to be avoiding indicating that the condition that was described in the noun clause isn't going to represent a present reality, previous future uncertainty, historic representative positivity or improbable past imperfect subnormality.
  7. Awlays use correkt speling.
  8. Prepositions are not to end sentences with.
  9. But never begin a sentence with a conjunction. (But that's not always true!)
  10. Always a verb in every sentence.
  11. Never employ an extended, complicated usage when an unembellished one will do.
  12. It is also very important that you absolutely always avoid the use of completely and totally unnecessary (and fuckass retarded) superlatives.
  13. In formal writing, the use of slang is like, totally grody, and colloquialisms ain't got no place.
  14. Try to not split infinitives.
  15. The passive voice is to be avoided.
  16. One will never have needed the future perfect in one's entire life.
  17. Never don't use neither 2 nor 3 negatives.
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