Writing Tip - Latin phrases every writer should know... caveat emptor, persona non grata, prima facia. (pretty much what Sky quotes all of the time)
Each and every time I hear someone complain that immigrants don't speak English properly, I think about English grammatical rules such as this... and how many native English speakers right here in the United States don't even know or follow them properly.
Typography Print British Slang Typographical by ThePDXPhotographer
These are so true! British vs. American English. How come all this stuff sounds so much more charming in British English? ❤️
I Am Silently Correcting Your Grammar Tee
Annoying People Who Use Literally #Funny-Pics http://www.flaproductions.net/funny-pics/annoying-people-who-use-literally/25474/?utm_source=PN&utm_medium=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.pinterest.com%2Falliefernandez3%2Fgreat%2F&utm_campaign=FlaProductions
15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly #infographics More than a few of my pet peeve grammar and punctuation mistakes are on this excellent infographic
Grammar Nazi alert! lol The sad thing is that I see each and every one of these used incorrectly on facebook on a daily basis. Drives me NUTS!
One of my favourite songs ever Beatles, bless 'em.
"The History Boys" by Alan Bennett : The best moments in reading are when you come across something, a thought, a feeling, a way of looking at things - that you'd thought special, particular to you. And here is its, set down by someone else... And it's as if a hand had come out and taken yours.
So, why do I ALWAYS say, "F for Freddy"? LOL
that's definitely a true story... you look dumb when you do that
livinglive: goodjolt: goodjolt: Love this – so true. The English language is great for weaving words. But the alphabet is so boring to lo...
Bad spelling...dear dear...
For the love of God, STOP! ;)