• Reason I ask- I find I use all the punctuation and try to use proper spelling so I'm understood as well as I can be. Others don't. Not trying to condemn- just wondering why some don't.
  • I sometimes find it difficult to interpret questions and answers with lots of abbreviations and no punctuation, so I try to write in a way that can be understood without too much thought.
  • I know what you mean. I always try to spell (to the best of my ability) and use proper grammar. It's funny you posted this question, as I was just talking with a co-worker who just received an email filled with bad spelling and poor grammar. I was telling her how I used to call my dad "Conan the Grammarian" because of his habit of always correcting our grammar. It used to drive me crazy, and then I found when I got older, I had to fight the urge to do it myself! Actually, what drives me crazier is bad spelling. Or, when people use "to" instead of "too,"..."weather" instead of "whether," etc.
  • I do the best I can. I know I can better be understood that way. My grammar and syntax are mostly correct in French, German and English. But I suppose my usage could eventually sound strange at times...
  • I do my best but i have a learning disability so it can be quite difficult, i try.
  • I try to use proper Grammer when ever possible but due to time, it just not reasonable to expect it. My suggestion is to ask a follow up question when it's unclear.
  • I don't know how well I learned them in school, but I think I do use mostly proper grammar but in a more conversational way. So more a cross between proper grammar and how I talk.

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