Once upon a time, their was a girl who’s puppy got lost in the woods. Weather or not she wood ever find him, was a different story. Good story, right? Your welcome.
If the grammar of those sentences bothered you more than the actual plot, then congratulations–you are less likely to get fired from your job. Anna Underhill, a consultant at HR firm Maxumise, said “poor spelling and grammar use by employees had become a serious issue for employers. A lot of the abbreviated wording is done in social media but you can’t assume the person receiving it in a business sense knows what you’re talking about.” For many companies, emails are the first point of contact. If your email is informal and ridden with grammatical errors, it immediately reflects upon your company and the rest of the employers. Unfortunately, the main culprits are recent graduates who lack the basic literary skills.
LOL, that sux.