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    How to Check Grammar for Essay? Top 5 Tools to Use
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  • The words it and there can also be used like pronouns when the rules of grammar require a subject but no noun is actually being referred to. Both are usually used at the beginning of a sentence or clause, as in "It was almost noon" and "There is some cake left." These are sometimes referred to as expletives.
    The words it and there can also be used like pronouns when the rules of grammar require a subject but no noun is actually being referred to. Both are usually used at the beginning of a sentence or clause, as in "It was almost noon" and "There is some cake left." These are sometimes referred to as expletives.
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  • Queen’s English Society, Lynne Truss, the Apostrophe Society, and others tend to get hysterical about matters of grammar. Why do they get hysterical?

    First of all is a matter of deep, even evolutionary,
    Queen’s English Society, Lynne Truss, the Apostrophe Society, and others tend to get hysterical about matters of grammar. Why do they get hysterical? First of all is a matter of deep, even evolutionary,
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  • century when it was believed the English language and English civilisation with it were going to smash. Conservative grammarians, the
    century when it was believed the English language and English civilisation with it were going to smash. Conservative grammarians, the
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  • Should we be worried by the coming changes to English grammar? Well, no. A fundamental reason for saying that arises from the fact that
    Should we be worried by the coming changes to English grammar? Well, no. A fundamental reason for saying that arises from the fact that
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  • worried. First of all, if we look across the world of published books and major newspapers, the settlement is holding up very well. Second, we must not expect any aspect of the English language to be static. Even without outside influences, languages slowly change. Change itself is not evidence of decline. Third, the Great English Grammar Settlement was a compromise; we could even say that much of it was a botch.
    worried. First of all, if we look across the world of published books and major newspapers, the settlement is holding up very well. Second, we must not expect any aspect of the English language to be static. Even without outside influences, languages slowly change. Change itself is not evidence of decline. Third, the Great English Grammar Settlement was a compromise; we could even say that much of it was a botch.
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  • So the Great English Grammar Settlement of the eighteenth century is under threat from new social attitudes, the internet, and globalisation. The questions are How much threat? and Should we be worried? Well, the threat is considerable, but I, for one, am not
    So the Great English Grammar Settlement of the eighteenth century is under threat from new social attitudes, the internet, and globalisation. The questions are How much threat? and Should we be worried? Well, the threat is considerable, but I, for one, am not
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  • ikely to have on English is a merging of the grammars of spoken English and written English. In the eighteenth century, it was decided to
    ikely to have on English is a merging of the grammars of spoken English and written English. In the eighteenth century, it was decided to
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  • Today, Great English Grammar Settlement is further threatened by the internet. English is the dominant language of the internet, and, from
    Today, Great English Grammar Settlement is further threatened by the internet. English is the dominant language of the internet, and, from
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  • children were expected to find their own way to Standard English. It is worth noting that many of them did, but the right and wrong of grammar had been called into question.
    children were expected to find their own way to Standard English. It is worth noting that many of them did, but the right and wrong of grammar had been called into question.
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  • the permissive society. In the seventies, the teaching of grammar dropped out of the state school curriculum in England and Wales, and
    the permissive society. In the seventies, the teaching of grammar dropped out of the state school curriculum in England and Wales, and
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  • In 2010, the Great English Grammar Settlement of 1755 is threatened, and the stability of that grammar is under threat from three forces:
    In 2010, the Great English Grammar Settlement of 1755 is threatened, and the stability of that grammar is under threat from three forces:
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  • superior to Germanic grammar. In fact you might well suspect that if you have to have a self-conscious rule to tell you that one form is right and another form is wrong, then you are being asked to go against the natural bent of the language. Natural English inclines to double negatives, double comparatives, split infinitives and sentence-ending prepositions.
    superior to Germanic grammar. In fact you might well suspect that if you have to have a self-conscious rule to tell you that one form is right and another form is wrong, then you are being asked to go against the natural bent of the language. Natural English inclines to double negatives, double comparatives, split infinitives and sentence-ending prepositions.
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  • rules of English grammar that people find difficult to follow are the rules based on the linguistically false premise that Latin grammar is
    rules of English grammar that people find difficult to follow are the rules based on the linguistically false premise that Latin grammar is
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  • By 1800, the rules of English grammar had been established with such authority that for many they are still taken as a matter of fact and
    By 1800, the rules of English grammar had been established with such authority that for many they are still taken as a matter of fact and
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  • description of English grammar, but it is in addition a handbook for the writing of good English. It has never been out of print; it was in use,
    description of English grammar, but it is in addition a handbook for the writing of good English. It has never been out of print; it was in use,
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  • edition in 1795 with the title The English Grammar Adapted to the Different Classes of Learners. With an Appendix, Containing Rules and
    edition in 1795 with the title The English Grammar Adapted to the Different Classes of Learners. With an Appendix, Containing Rules and
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  • itself, of course, fixed the spelling of the educated man’s vocabulary. By the end of the century, what is probably the most influential of all English grammars was published. It was the work of an American called Lindley Murray. It appeared in its first
    itself, of course, fixed the spelling of the educated man’s vocabulary. By the end of the century, what is probably the most influential of all English grammars was published. It was the work of an American called Lindley Murray. It appeared in its first
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  • Nonetheless, with the publication in 1755 of Dr Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary of the English Language, it may be said that the rules for a Standard English Grammar had been established. His ‘Preface’ to the Dictionary is one of the best statements of those rules; the Dictionary
    Nonetheless, with the publication in 1755 of Dr Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary of the English Language, it may be said that the rules for a Standard English Grammar had been established. His ‘Preface’ to the Dictionary is one of the best statements of those rules; the Dictionary
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