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Editor’s Corner

Editor’s Corner

More wisdom from Carol Fisher Saller, whose keynote speech at the EAC Conference in June made me realize that grammar isn’t something fixed and rigid, that you study once and are done forever.

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    1. So true. And it accomplishes nothing other than giving them the momentary satisfaction of being “right”. Public correction of grammar, spelling, or usage changes nothing, and just puts other people’s backs up.

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