Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips:

  • Something can be heavily damaged, or it can be destroyed. Never say, however, that something has been “completely destroyed.” The phrase is redundant.
  • The past tense of “drag” is “dragged,” not “drug.” Use the word “drug” only when referring to a medicinal substance.

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