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  • Patti Cincinnati

    15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly - one of my pet peeves with "educated people!"

  • Prototype Services

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

  • Stacy Vazquez

    15 Grammar Goofs. Some people need to go back to grade school for this!!!

  • Ali Bowder

    My pet peeves! 15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly by factfixx #Infographic #Grammar #factfixx

  • Stephanie Pruitt

    Grammar Goofs Some easy ways to remember grammar rules ... Including many of my pet peeves :-)

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#1 and #8 drive me crazy! I see grown, college educated adults making these mistakes. I filled out a form at an eye doctor's office that had 3 punctuation errors. I told the doctor and after years of using those forms, I was the first person to point it out. REALLY? Wow.

  • Corrine Spencer

    It drives me crazy when people correct grammar while using incorrect grammar. College and educate are serving as a single adjective, and therefore should be hyphenated. College-educated adults.

We’re fans of Grammar.net infographics and share a lot of them on Ebook Friendly. This time, the image shown below is not really the infographic, but in a visually attractive way it lists most important tips to improve English grammar. They’ll help not only when you write a college essay …

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

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Think I may hand this out the first day of class

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