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[SlideShare] Don’t Use No Double Negatives in Your Copy

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Article originally published by Cathy Lanski on February 8, 2016.
Don’t Use No Double Negatives in Your Copy.


You can break plenty of other grammar rules.

Can I start my sentence with “And”?

Sure you can.

You can also use sentence fragments and end sentences with prepositions.

Sometimes in marketing, it’s not about constructing a sentence in perfect English – just constructing the perfect sentence.

It’s about impact.

But you have to know the rules before you break them. There is a big difference between choosing words…or punctuation… to create a mood and making grammar mistakes.


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