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  • Lyndal Hamwood

    For teachers and students alike -- 15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly, plus I love this visual format. Could be a great model for students to make a poster of their own with a different grammar rule demonstrated

  • blabmate

    15 Grammar Goofs Infographic. This is an awesome guide for common classroom grammar mistakes. Better yet, use this as a guide for your class to create their own grammar infographic! Sign up on www.blabmate.com to advertise and present yourself to the world as an online English teacher.

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    English Grammar Tips - 15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly ‎#Grammar ‎#GrammaticalMistake ‎#GrammaticalError ‎#GrammarGoof ‎#EnglishGrammar ‎#Writing #Infographic

  • Yolanda Francisco

    15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly Grammar mistakes: My pet peeve

  • Lisa Cash

    15 grammar goofs that make you look silly and my personal pet peeve IDEA and IDEAL

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Fewer mistakes will be made if you read this. Don't say you "could of", just read it! (It's the principle of the thing...)

Grammar School with Snooki (as shared with me by one of my students) WORTH THE VIEW

These need to be on T-shirts. I would buy them all for myself and Trisha White. :)

ESL Fun Grammar Games, EFL Interactive Grammar Quizzes

The Nine Parts of Speech Three little words you often see, Are articles - a, an, and the. A noun's the name of anything As school, garden, hoop, or swing. An adjective tells the kind of noun - Great, small, pretty, white, or brown. Instead of nouns the pronouns stand - Her head, his face, your arm, my hand. Verbs tell of something to be done, To read, sing, jump, or run. How things are done the adverbs tell, As slowly, quickly, ill, or well. Conjunctions join words together, As men and women, wind or weather. The prepositions stands before A noun, as at or through the door. The interjection shows surprise, As ah! how pretty --- Oh! how wise. The whole are called nine parts of speech, Which reading, writing, speaking teach. The poem The Nine Parts of Speech was written by Green Baker in 1865 or 1866

Have to save this for the kids when they are old enough to write papers...haha.

I don't know how common these words are in the typical 6th grade spoken or written vocabulary and I hope they never need to know the difference between flammable and inflammable but the infographic is still sort of neat.

punctuation - Even more than a poster, i'd like it as a handout for each student's reference binder.

Think I may hand this out the first day of class

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