A while back, I did a lazy day post full of infographics about why it's important to read regularly. More recently, I talked about how you can't learn to be a writer in school. But there are many valuable writing skills you can learn in class, and these writing skills are just as important as reading skills. Besides allowing for better communication, writing skills greatly affect your career success, your academic achievement, and the way that others view you, both professionally and socially.
In accordance with Grammarly.com, a grammar checking program used by over 4 million people, today I'm sharing an infographic explaining why these skills are so important. In return, they will donate in my name to Reading is Fundamental, the largest American charity promoting children's literacy! You can click on the infographic to see the full size at the Grammarly website.
Thanks to them for providing this infographic, and thanks to my readers for checking it out. <3 Keep reading, keep writing, and I'll see you next time for our Short Story Saturday post. *Post removed*
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