Grammar's Rules
(from various sources)

  • About them sentence fragments.
  • Always poofread your writing.
  • Avoid cliches like the plague.
  • Avoid colloquial stuff.
  • Consult a dictionary frequently to avoid mispelling.
  • Corect spelling is esential.
  • Do not use a foreign term when there is an adequate English quid pro quo.
  • Do not use hyperbole; not one writer in a million can use it effectively.
  • Don't abbrev.
  • Don't repeat yourself or say what you have said before.
  • Don't be redundant.
  • Don't use commas, which aren't necessary.
  • Don't use no double negatives.
  • Don't write run-on sentences they are too hard to read.
  • Each pronoun should agree with their antecedent.
  • Hopefully, you will use words correctly, irregardless of how others use them.
  • It behooves the writer to avoid archaic expressions.
  • Its important to use apostrophe's correctly.
  • Join clauses good, like a conjunction should.
  • Lay off the slang.
  • But conjunctions shouldn't be used to start a sentence.
  • Just between you and I, case is important, too.
  • Mixed metaphors are a pain in the neck and should be thrown out the window.
  • Never use a long word when a diminutive one will do.
  • Never verb a noun.
  • No sentence fragments.
  • Parenthetical words however must be enclosed in commas.
  • Place all quoteations inside quotes, she said.
  • Placing a comma between subject and predicate, is not correct.
  • Proof-read your writing to see if you have any words out.
  • Remember to finish what
  • Remember to never split an infinitive.
  • Subject and verb always has to agree.
  • The passive voice should not be used.
  • Try to not split infinitives.
  • Use the apostrophe in it's proper place and omit it when its not needed.
  • Verbs has to agree with their subjects.
  • When dangling, watch your participles. And finally:
  • A preposition is a bad thing to end a sentence with.
  • If any word is incorrect at the end of a sentence, a linking verb is.