Psychologists at North Carolina State University asked college students to give impressions of a potential new colleague based only on an email message. The results: Those who read emails with grammatical errors and typos "perceived the writer to be less conscientious, intelligent, and trustworthy, compared to the same message without any errors."
The last thing you want when sending emails is to be seen as less intelligent or trustworthy, so you better make sure you proofread before hitting "send!" Take this quiz to find out if your email grammar is working for or against you!
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