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Why does grammar matter?

By Laurie Ann Britt-Smith, Director of the Center for Writing, College of the Holy Cross
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Grammar isn't a way to bully people for making mistakes, says a longtime English instructor. It is a way to understand how our language operates, in all its many written and spoken varieties.

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