Younge peeple more lickely to judged spellling and grammer online

From The Telegraph:

Research conducted by computer firm IBM shows that 40 per cent of those aged 18-24 are influenced by poor spelling and grammar compared with 35 per cent on average across all age categories.

The findings indicate that in an age of endless consumer choice online, young people are more naturally demanding when it comes to more traditional markers of quality as well as making the greatest use of the internet for research.

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