*My son, Webster
*My son, Webster
Who couldn’t use singable facts about bank loans and artificial intelligence?
Can I please speak with your manager?
The Outlander star puts his knowledge of antiquated insults to the test. Can you guess what a “flotch” is?
“Oxford comma or not … can’t we just get along?”
Here they are!
Never attack Taylor’s grammar.
Did you do this infuriating grammar exercise in school?
Hug your editor / for National Grammar Day / They make you look smart.
Is it data or data?
Giraffedata, aka software engineer Bryan Henderson, is the sworn enemy of the grammatically awkward phrase “comprised of”. And he deletes it from Wikipedia the old-fashioned way – by hand. Via Medium.
Or do you just depend on autocorrect and spell-check?
If your good at grammer, youd be best of avoiding this post.
I thought I was in love until he used the wrong form of “your.”
Hey, don’t be such a pee-dant!
The meaning of “nonplussed”? The pronunciation of “GIF”? Pedants unite: the definitive vote is here.
What has the internet done to our brains?
The rules are, there are no rules.
I got 99 problems but a serial comma ain’t one.
It’s not you’re fault. It’s there’s.
Grammar is good for you.
Proof that if you want to correct someone’s grammar, you should probably double check your own.
This’s something you should know.
Do you know your prepositions from your pronouns? Prove it here.
Split this sodding infinitive. NSFW, obviously.
You’ve been saying it in the wrong context forever and now it’s time to stop.
Did you know there’s a word for someone who has a nicely shaped ass? Well, there is, and it is in the dictionary.
When your good at grammar, its both a blessing and a curse.
Read this lesson on punctuation, and then name the movie or TV show each quote is from!
You may have a natural knack for grammar, but self control is something you’re still working on.