The difference between an okay midterm paper and an amazing grade might lay in your English skills. How are you faring on that front?
Even after years of English classes and delivered papers, most people still have a hard time with the same grammar mistakes. In many instances, it doesn’t matter all that much. After all, most of us aren’t required to write lengthy papers on a regular basis, and mostly communicate in informal settings.
Nevertheless, it’s always good to show proper command of the language. Whether you need to write a quick work email, a restaurant review or a recommendation letter for a colleague, proper language skills are invaluable. Of course, nobody will get offended by a few misplaced pronouns or a little redundancy, but in the long term, it won’t look professional or tidy. Over time, this can have a negative impact on your career.
In order to make sure you’re taken seriously in professional settings, all your written communications should show advanced English knowledge. As snobby as it might be, properly using your language skills makes you sound smarter, more professional and as if you know exactly what you’re talking about. You will be able to make an impact that wouldn’t have been possible otherwise.