Grammar is often associated with the correct use of punctuation amongst words that convey the intended meaning, spelled correctly. However, the term grammar covers a much wider scope.
Grammar is the systematic use of letters, punctuation, words, sense, form, and style to create language. The Cambridge Dictionary definition of ‘Grammar’ is (the study or use of) the rules about how words change their form and combine with other words to make sentences.
When you are writing, a developed understanding of grammar will help you to produce a professionally written document that clearly explains your intended meaning.
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Cambridge University Press. (2020). Cambridge Dictionary Online. Grammar. Available: https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/grammar. Accessed 25th July 2020.