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  1. #11
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    Thanks, John. That's what I wanted to hear about.



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    Thanks, Mightypipe!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Oberon View Post
    If the narration is in a conversational voice, then some "incorrectness" is perfectly allowable, in my opinion, because that voice borders on dialogue.
    Thanks, John!!! This, in particular, is what I was talking about.

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    I handle possible grammatical errors by turning them into something I know is correct. I would rewrite by not having to use that particular phrase. I'm sorry. That's your mistake. That was his mistake. Etc.

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