Little Words Are Important to Spell and Use Correctly


As a principal of the Discovery Conference Centre, a business that rents meeting rooms to businesspeople, and Kramm Court Reporting and Legal Video, I am surprised by how often I receive emails, read blog posts and articles, written by business professionals, and the writings have basic spelling mistakes. Legal staff, paralegals and legal secretaries, will send me emails with the incorrect usage of “too” and “to” and “it’s” and “its” and “you’re” and “your.”

When I point out these types of mistakes, as a courtesy, in my mind, I receive either no response or a reply, “Thanks, but I was writing the email really fast and wasn’t paying attention to spelling.”

I suggest that people must know the following and never make a mistake with basic words, even when writing a quick email or posting their blog...

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