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Oh, I'm sorry
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I have to remember this one. So true.
Hahaha! So true!-- story of my life while talking to certain people
I'm sorry when I do this to my friends, but there are some people in life that don't have an end to their sentence so i give in and just say what i have to
So funny but so true with some people! @cambri32
One of my pet peeves my husband is classic at this.
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TOO funny! (no TO funny!) [it's the grammar nazi in me lol]
Hahaha! I laughed out loud. That's funny stuff!
"Every time someone types "to funny", I immediately picture them, fist in the air, going on a quest to find funny." -YourECards - SomeECards.com ~ Get it? It's supposed to be "too funny" not "to funny". Quest time! I love this.
Grammar jokes. Too funny!
I do this every time...and I had to giggle that it is going into my "too funny!" pinterest board! :)
It's "too funny" people, not "to funny"! Pet peeve!
"To funny," a quest to find funny. Grammar humor!
Most egregious grammar mistakes on signs
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Ben makes a grammar joke | Jonah said/Ben said
bad grammar street sign
9-12 What’s My Subject? Subject-Verb Agreement. Reviewing subject–verb agreement doesn’t have to be tedious. In this minilesson, high school students explore subject-verb agreement using real-life examples from newspapers and song lyrics. In addition to reviewing and identifying both correct and incorrect subject-verb agreement, students look at when it may be appropriate to use ungrammatical language and talk about the difference between formal and informal language.
The Grammar Police were here. You're welcome!
Free Technology for Teachers: Ten Grammar Games and Lesson Resources
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PAT NEWCOMBE, RomanticThriller Writer's blog, (aka writing saved my life): Target practise?
An introduction to the writing process.
Language is the definition of humanity. Imagine a life without any sort of communication, how do you interact with others?
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learn a new language - Google Search
Second Language Acquisition or SLA - it's the business we're all in so we should know about this!
How many grammar mistakes did you find in this sentence: “I am disappointment in you’re grammar”?
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CALL THE GRAMMAR POLICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Great shirt for an English teacher!
Who else wants to check their grammar? "Whenever i see a grammatical error, i look TO the keyboard to see if the distance OF THE letters makes IT ACCEPTABLE THE MISTAKE" Really? :)
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It's so true
Grammar nerds FTW
True story lol
Grammar Nazis Unite! @Amy Brandon
Grammatical errors can cut your life :) Be careful! Grammarbase.com
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Teaching English as a Second Language, pt. 3: Five More Ready-made Lessons
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Adjectives about myself
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Describe character traits - adjectives
Language arts- Adjectives about myself
Cute adjective activity. Could also be used for a book character.
Character Traits & Adjectives Activity: SW choose a character from a book Group together students who choose the same character Direct each group to scan the book for adjectives describing the character and record them Next, instruct groups circle 7-10 words that best describe the character Have them illustrate and cut out the character's head and arms, then draw and cut out the character's feet Accordion-fold a sheet to make the body Have the child label each fold with a word from their list
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#quotes #goodgrammar #good #grammar #is #sexy #lol #grey #black #text #tshirts #shirts #fashion #graphictees #funny
True story! Bad grammar is NOT sexy.
Not to wear...just something I find attractive...good grammar is good style.
Good grammar is sexy! So true!
Every English major needs this shirt
Truth. Jennifer Collier needs this shirt.
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Quotes - Funny
Haha, this makes me laugh. So true. One of my biggest pet peeves.
yes funny, but it needs proper punctuation. We speak English, not bingo.
Speak English, not Bingo. This made me laugh.
So true @Victoria Maciel...for the English teacher! haha
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How To Use An Apostrophe | Grammar Comics on The Oatmeal
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my main grammar peeve
e.g. and i.e.
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e.g. and i.e. Useful tip for remembering the difference! Thanks!
Flesh out an idea VS flush out an idea
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Grammar Lesson: Flesh out vs. flush out.
Great site for fun teaching!
Great grammar posters
Different grammar explanations in comic book form -- very easy explanations for older kids to understand!
Flesh vs Flush Out an Idea
What it means when you say literally?
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I literally laughed when i saw this. :)
Like this or you could literally die of illiteracy.
You should literally read this.
Please read this everyone and stop tormenting me with your poor understanding of the English language.
If you can change i.e. to in other words, and the sentence still makes sense, then you're using it correctly.