Rules of Language

It is said that rules are meant to be broken when it comes to language, yet there exist Grammar Nazis.
It is frequently suggested by experienced experts to keep it simple, yet simplicity is associated with amateurity.

Language is meant to be a means of communication, advice that it does not require to follow rules is something that is often suggested, but rarely appreciated. Sometimes people feel annoyed at the improper use of the comma or underwhelmed by the simplicity of language used. William Shakespeare did not invent half the words we use today by simply following the rules, the suggestive fact that this generation of laureates refuses to break the rules can effect the future of language.

But is that true? I mean the internet community sure does not follow any rules, it creates treads once in a while, and flips it around again when they feel like it. Change is inevitable in the internet community. Society as a whole is deeply influenced by the language it uses, although English is now being widely used other languages are not easily suspectable to change.

Rules and Regulations are required for keeping chaos out, but it should not prevent you from adding a pause when you feel like it using a comma.

P. S.  I don’t know if there is a word called “amateurity” I used in the first paragraph, maybe it exits maybe it does not. The thing is, nobody stopped me from using it!

Language has no rules.

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