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Students Failing Because of Poor Grammar

February 1st, 2010 02:13 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

innocent_white_lamb writes “30% of freshman university students fail a ‘simple English test’ at Waterloo University (up from 25% a few years ago. Academic papers are riddled with ‘cuz’ (in place of ‘because’) and even include little emoticon faces. One professor says that students ‘think commas are sort of like parmesan cheese that you sprinkle on your words.’ At Simon Fraser University, 10% of students are not qualified to take the mandatory writing courses.”

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