Monday, October 27, 2014

Netiquette Basic Mistakes You Will Never Know You Are Making In Your Email - Via Netiquette IQ

 Mistakes you will never realize you are making in an email

The mistakes listed below are ones that  spell checkers, grammar or tone scanners will not flag!

1.           Making repetitive sounds by using homonyms or partial homonyms next to each other

2.           Using a one rule in an email in a single place and ignoring it in another

3.           Redundant words

4.           Contractions

5.           Omitting a colon after the salutation and a comma after the sign-off also a line space after each

6.           Asking multiple questions at once

7.           Giving multiple answers at once

8.           “Which” qualifies, “that” restricts - this is a common grammatical error

9.           Using an imperative (command) mood

10.        Showing impatience
11.     Using number stead of letters for digits

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