Grammar Does In Fact, Matter

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The definition of grammar is the whole system and structure of a language or of languages in general, usually taken as consisting of syntax and morphology (including inflections) and sometimes also phonology and semantics. Our whole society functions because of grammar. You think democracy rules our world? Nope. Grammar runs society. Grammar is an important part of our lives that without it we’d sound like absolute mundane idiots slobbering on ourselves or at the very least like we were from New England. Failure to use the proper form of grammar sometimes places us in a predicament not meant to be because of a simple period or comma is missing.

Here’s an example:

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So what happened here with our boy Eddie? This was around midnight last night. He was probably feeling good knowing that he didn’t have work today. Just firing off tweets for women to fuck him. Just lobbing digital bombs hoping someone will take him up on the offer. Fishing with dynamite in the year 2020, I can’t hate on my guy for shooting his shot. But who is Lyndsay fucking? Because obviously Edmond knows someone who Lyndsay has fucked. Why else would he say “Fuck me too”? Also, who is this yennefer? Was he? She? They? the individual that was in fact fucked? Did Eddie fuck? Did Eddie really mean in fact, “Fuck, me too”? Is Eddie looking for his yennifer glow up? What does a yennifer glow up entail? What does a horse shoe do? Is anyone listening to me? I don’t know, but the moral of the story is grammar is always important.

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