|Reviews for Grammar Aryans|
| Honeycloud of RiverClan chapter 1 . 5/30/2014
Depending on where you are, scrolls were probably no longer in use by 1813. I might be wrong on that, though.
But yeah, grammar and spelling is important.
| K. A. Oceana chapter 1 . 5/12/2013
I haven't actually seen any essay on bad grammar/spelling/punctuation etc. and I am glad that you put this up. I am a huge grammar Nazi and if I see a story with two much grammatical errors, I will leave a review telling them how awful it is. You are right - SpellCheck exists for a reason. Use it.
*If you have any very-obvious misspellings in your work, all your credibility as an author has been lost.*
My feelings exactly. How do they expect me to love their story if there's awful spelling there? It's just shocking.
Thanks anyway. I do love your essays. Hee hee.
| Scared Immortal chapter 1 . 1/7/2013
I agree that mechanics are an important piece of literature. I once spent an entire day going through my books and highlighting typos and grammar mistakes. It's ridiculous that publishers would make those errors.
What I see in a few other places is incorrect capitalization. If I remember correctly, we learned that one capitalizes the beginning of each sentence, the pronoun "I", and proper nouns in first grade.
All in all, I enjoyed reading your essay out of bored curiosity. Whoever invented SpellCheck should be praised throughout the Internet. Now, if only there was a GrammarCheck...