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Top Ten Grammar Peeves!

Top Ten Grammar Pet Peeves from the grammar police.

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Tee shirt Superhero Poster for the classroom. I might change this and say "We Learn. That is our Superpower!" Thinking about using them for table numbers. T shirt

Definitely guilty of always pausing when spelling Definitely... maybe this will help me remember?!

Hate may be strong in this case, but people who can't spell simple words or use correct grammar just eats me up. We all graduated high school (well, most) and learned the same things. If you can't spell, how in the hell did you graduate?


lol My son actually thinks a Lemur says "move-it, move-it". makes sense, a cow says "moo" so a lemur says "move-it move-it"

Nothing makes me cringe like "of" instead of "have". If you DON'T want to avoid making this mistake, you should avoid speaking to me.

Grammar Mistakes You “Should of” Avoided

graphics grammar spelling punctionation - Google Search

Punctuation is POWERFUL. --ignore the fact that punctuation is spelled wrong in the quote.<spelling is powerful, too

seriously this has been a mystery for years... I always change either to ex. for example. who knew

stands for id est and means roughly "that is"; stands for exempli gratia, which means “for example”. But this graphic's explanation is a bit easier to remember than the Latin definitions.

Guide to PMS. I would prefer mine to say "here have a beer"

The first row and the last row are true. I suppose the last column (Ultra safe) would be too if I drank wine. Let's just change that whole column to "chocolate" instead of wine.

Latin phrases everyone should know

TEACH for great vocabulary fun and need to know for everyday life, reading extension, etc. Let students create more; create a Latin Phrase Book/Foldable.Listen for phrases and keep track of what we hear or read daily!

"Drunk? Drunk?! Don't say that nasty word Dubbie, we're having a partyyy!"

so I have an american accent and I never shut up, but I'd talk even more with a british. I'd never stop if I had an Irish accent.