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  • Haylin

    Posting this because although I may not always place prepositional phrases in the correct spot in a sentence, or I might not have PERFECT grammar.... But for the love of God! these are the BASICS that everyone should understand!!!! Stop making those mistakes!!! (I think I'm becoming a grammar nazi...) This is also pretty funny, maybe that will help the ones that don't get it understand.

  • Rachael Kauffman

    Some Spelling Lessons by The Oatmeal | Funri. More confusing words. I am the worst speller - the kids are on notice to spell check for me and I reward them when they catch me. Sometimes I do it on purpose to see if anyone is paying attention. im a grammar nazi and i cant spell definatly

  • Tammi Bailey

    Some people need to study this. Some of my pet peeves. good grammar lesson

  • Patty Quon-Sandberg

    Funniest grammar lesson ever. Grammar lessons by TheOatmeal are always awesome.

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Spelling lessons! Lisa and I were just talking about this today lol my biggest pet peeve!

Certainly an interesting twist on this. I could see it really helping some kids to remember the difference!

Posted with a desire to help myself and others look a little less silly. :)

I've never come across this in life, but that's probably how I would feel about it.

Great for native speakers and #ESL students alike! Spelling isn't an indicator of intelligence, although it does make one seem more intelligent to not have a lot of spelling errors. Except for "behaviour" because that's the actual English spelling, not American.

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I don't want to live on this planet anymore... No sign of intellegent life anywhere... I am surrounded by idiots.

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.

Verb or Noun Sort - Cut and paste activity A plus that the students can sound out and read most words independently

"What is love?" answered by a 6-year old. (Also, I love the last comment). :)

I'm the dude on the top. That's all the warning you're going to get. Approach at your own peril come November 1st.

Grammar Rules: Shannon Bellanca Bellanca Bellanca Stone this made me laugh too hard! You should post this in your classroom.