I really am.

I'm silently correcting your grammar.not only am I silently correcting you spoken grammar,I am correcting your written grammar!

Oh, I definitely do.

I Judge You When You Use Poor Grammar. Is one of your pet peeves poor grammar usage? nice spin on a coffee table book

rules for placing quotation marks

Everyone gets confused by quotation marks at some point. This handy guide provides a simple set of rules for how other punctuation should interact with quotation marks in a piece of writing.

Avoid run-ons and comma splices.

"Run-ons and comma splices" poster - Edward Howell Designs: Grammar Posters [A semicolon is used only if the independent clauses relate;

I care about this alot.

An "Alot" monster is created anytime someone condenses the phrase "a lot." A sentence like "I care about this a lot" is commonly written as "I care about this alot." Hence, always imagine the Alot monster when you read "alot.

I like this alot more than that alot.

"The Alot is an imaginary creature that I made up to help me deal with my compulsive need to correct other people's grammar." - Hyperbole and a Half

Grammar: Read it. Live it.

Not really my style, but it is pretty funny considering all the grammar Nazi-ing I have been doing lately.

Important grammar rules.

Grammar pet peeves--but how do you tell people they are using words incorrectly! My next pet peeve is mispronunciation of words!

Uhhhh... Spelt = a grain. Spelled = past tense of spell. #getitright

Uhhhh... Spelt = a grain. Spelled = past tense of spell. #getitright

"affect" does not equal "effect"

Mean Ol’ Schoolmarm Reminder

The Mean Ol’ Schoolmarm Moment of the day is… Loose vs. Lose: Cease to have something; misplace an object. These two words are commonly used in…

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