When you see a memo or email full of typos, poor grammar, or incomplete sentences, how do you react? Does it affect your perception of the Sender?

When you see a memo or email full of typos, poor grammar, or incomplete sentences, how do you react? Does it affect your perception of the Sender?

When you see a memo or email full of typos, poor grammar, or incomplete sentences, how do you react? Does it affect your perception of the Sender? Why or why not?

Response must be a 150 initial word post.

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When I see a memo or email with poor grammar or incomplete sentences, I just wonder did they rush to send it or did they proofread it to see if they had errors. It doesn’t affect me as much but does affect if the person is replying to a manager about a current job opening. Now and days due to technology some people aren’t taking the time to proofread and make sure what they are writing makes sense to the other person who is receiving it. My personal opinion is that I don’t think grammar is being taught how it should be because back then you didn’t have the technology we have now you had to write letters and talk on the house phones back then. Another thing is that for people who are dyslexic their reading thought is much harder for them as to have a conversation which is different from reading and sending an email.

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