By: Arvin Wali
Many would call it a stretch to compare poor grammar to “envy,” “wrath,” “greed,” or any one of the seven deadly sins. It’s true that grammatical errors could result from a writer succumbing to “pride” or “sloth,” but more likely, it’s just ignorance.
Some people say that you’re only committing a sin if you do something that you know is wrong. But whether you’re aware of your infractions or not, the seven deadly writing sins can condemn your writing in the eyes of a savvy reader or grammarian.