Just in case you know some English language learner in or around Surat…
Thanks very much in advance.
Till about a year ago, I used to believe that communicating with unerring accuracy is a primary goal for success in any field. I was wrong. I was never more wrong. By the way, is it grammatically correct to say that one is now more wrong than before or wronger than before? I don’t care a fig! 😉
Well, linguistic accuracy may be your personal goal but it doesn’t affect your success as a professional or a businessman. I am now convinced of the uselessness of being a stickler for accuracy in any field other than teaching. You can argue over this for days or weeks on end with anyone but me.
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Have you ever found it disgusting to see a person eating in front of you in a strange way? Isn’t it awkward to sit and eat when such people are around you? I am sure you hate their table manners but often you cannot do anything about it. But, for the same token, have you ever checked your own table manners? How do you eat or behave at the dinner table? Do you talk while eating? If yes, how? Well, there are no strict rules for dinner etiquette but still let me share a few handy tips for you to improve your own table manners. Click this link to READ MORE.
Note for English language learners: “Everyday” (adjective) is different from “every day” (adverb phrase). Study the following examples.