The article is interesting and instructive. Consciously or unconscouly, we all habitually write some phrsases considered unnecessary. For example- "It goes without saying that...' has been listed as a mistake. The author says that if really something goes without saying, why say. Then why add'obviously', I also use frequently the phrase- It goes without saying. Such use is to stress the point emphatically. simply about 'obvious' Perhaps, the other person is unable to see the 'obvious'.
Unles there is gross grammatical error, we must not fear writing. Too much care in writing correctly or logically will slow down your fluency.
G. K. Ajmani Tax consultant http://gkajmani-mystraythoughts.blogspot.com/
I agree. Even the best of the writers also commit mistakes. I also agree it is difficult to write a fool proof language sans mistakes. But it is not impossible provided you cultivate this art consciously.
Yes. Writing which have some formats and rules. It is not easy as speech. We cannot write whatever we think. Mother tongue influence which is also the reason for grammatical error. Whatever it may be the above link is very useful.