Have you noticed how I punctuated Should’nt which should be Shouldn’t. Ironic isn’t it; you’re reading a blog post that advises you not to read blogs with bad grammar, when the post itself contains bad grammar.
Anyway, here are the reasons why you shouldn’t read those erroneously written blogs:
- If you’re not used to what’s considered ‘good’ and ‘bad’ grammar, then there is a possibility that you may absorb the erroneous language you’re reading — unconsciously.
- If you’re a member of the League of Elite Grammarians, however, then the mere sight of bad grammar may make you cringe — or scream (if you’re too emotional about it).
- On the other hand, even people who are not familiar with grammar, but who reads a lot, may in fact, recognize improper grammar unconsciously; making them say to themselves: “This seems wrong, but I can’t exactly point out why.”
- Blogs with bad grammar may not be able to communicate precisely the message they intend to deliver.
- There are many blogs out there with good grammar; why waste time on second-rate material?
There you have it. To some, this post may seem rude. No need to worry, though, I have written another post titled: Why You Should Read Blogs With Bad Grammar.