10 Grammar Issues You Shouldn't Worry About

If you're trying to use good grammar, you have enough to worry about already. You don't have time to sweat over can't-go-wrong choices like whether to use "a" or "an" before "historic," "healthy" vs. "healthful," whether to use the serial comma, or whether to put periods in abbreviations like "U.S." Here's my recent column highlighting 10 otherwise-stressful grammar issues you can scratch off your list of things to worry about.

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