As we start, Loving can do the miracles!!!!

Yes! You are not alone who really loved to hate grammar at the school. We renamed the famous grammar authors as Wrench and Hammer, instead of Wren and Martin, for our poor brains to be able to bare them.
But why grammar is so important? Read the following two letters Bunty received from Babli…
Letter 1:
Dear Bunty,
I want a man who knows what a love is all about. You are generous, kind, thoughtful. People who are not like you admit to being useless and inferior. You have ruined me for other man. I yearn (verb: have an intense feeling of longing for something, typically something that one has lost or been separated from, yes, we do not want you to take paint to open a dictionary) for you. I have no feeling whatsoever when we are apart (Really? This is bullshit). I can forever be happy – will you let me be yours?
Yours,
Babli
Letter 2:
Dear Bunty,
I want a man who knows what a love is. All about you are generous, kind, thoughtful people, who are not like you (Oh my God, what the heck?). Admit to being useless and inferior. You have ruined me. For the other man, I yearn (Oops!). For you, I have no feeling whatsoever. When we are apart, I can forever be happy (hahahahaha). Will you let me be?
Yours,
Babli
Funny, isn’t it?
The same words in both letters but they both convey totally different meaning. Not sure about Babli but Bunty, as he realizes how important grammar is, has asked us to start writing grammar on QuestForKnowledge. But this is not only for Bunty or Babli but for each one who does not want to lose his or her love again after writing an English Love Letter.
Keep your eyes out on this space for your everyday grammar dose.

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