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Ask Amy: Co-worker’s bad grammar is cause for concern


However, I don't think anyone corrects him. The only idea I have so far is to distribute or post a "common grammar mistakes" document and try to tie it in with an acronym guide for all staff members. Distributing a list of “common grammar mistakes” might be a good idea for your entire team, certainly if you all interact directly with customers. Can he be offered language coaching?”Dear Amy: My wife, "Betty" and I (both retired) volunteer at a cat rescue place. I don't think, at this point, that it is a legal question, but rather, a question of compassion for animals.


Source: Washington Post January 11, 2019 05:03 UTC



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