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Twenty-three percent thought it means that someone is “uneducated or unintelligent,” and 32 percent said they assume the person “didn’t take the time to proofread, so they must be lazy or just not care.” But, you don’t have to necessarily stop typing grammatically incorrect, incomplete sentences just yet, because 36 percent were cool with it and thought it’s “nothing, they just made some mistakes.” However, you don’t know if the person you message will be among that 36 percent, so you probably want to spend the extra seconds using spell check and apostrophes and the right form of “their.” Just in case, here are some refreshers for you. Here are 10 tips to improve your grammar via @grammarnet: https://t.co/EGGDTr6n Q2 pic.twitter.com/TExw Ltgp T1 — Barrie Public Library (@BPL_inthecity) March 4, 2016 After all, isn’t your dating life worth the extra few seconds, apostrophes, and commas it’ll take to find love?
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https://t.co/Xms M9f Lu3V https://t.co/Tnw UBf Vt OB — (@AOL) March 4, 2016 Yep, Zoosk found that if your matches and potential dates are going MIA and ghosting, it could very well be because of the content of your messages… Over 1,200 single millennials were surveyed by Zoosk (they surveyed over 9,000 users in all) and over half (!
Our Comma Queen @Mary Norris TNY celebrates #National Grammar Day with a lesson on the singular “their”: https://t.co/ABxqy Bn5j7 — The New Yorker (@New Yorker) March 4, 2016 So, what did Zoosk users think of someone who uses poor grammar?