Hyphens are incredible and infuriating — there's a reason they cause (hyph) strife. A quiz from the BuzzFeed copydesk.
Care for some "banana's by the each"?
Never let anyone tell you copyediting isn't a sexy profession. 'Cause it's all ~glitz and grammar~.
Linguists, writers, editors, grammar geeks, and word nerds of all walks, we've got you covered.
We are living in a world where the period, our most fundamental punctuation mark, is a loaded one.
Are you living the hyph life?
"Grammar: the difference between knowing you're shit and knowing your shit."
A quiz from the BuzzFeed copydesk to whet your appetite — for delicious food and proper capitalization, spelling, and punctuation! (All answers based on BuzzFeed style and Merriam Webster online.)
"Let's eat Grandma."
More like pumpkintuation, amirite? *hides until winter* (Note that all style adheres to the BuzzFeed Style Guide.)
Good old-fashioned jokes, just like grammar used to make.
I didn't come here to make F•R•I•E•N•D•S.
Are you more grammar police or vocab maverick?
A weekly mini quiz from the BuzzFeed copydesk.
"I" before "E," except after "G"?
"People with good spelling and grammar have typo-negative blood."
If bad grammar makes you [sic], these are for you.
Think your a grammar perfectionist? This is the quiz for you.
Remember: Commas are your friends.
Hug your editor / for National Grammar Day / They make you look smart.
Are periods an extinct species in the casual culture of SMS?
It's not you're fault. It's there's.
When your good at grammar, its both a blessing and a curse.
A mind-blowing punctuation lesson from Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal.
Acknowledge your grammatical superiority in fantastic fashion form.
I don't care if it's "technically" not required. USE THE COMMA.
Because there's a big difference between "Come on everyone" and "Come on, everyone."
If you don't double check you're grammar and speling, your going to regret it.
April Fools' Day may be all fun and games for some, but only an April fool doesn't take capitalization and punctuation seriously. A handy cheat sheet for the day, brought to you by your friendly neighborhood copy editor.
The woman behind the idea calls it an "ElRey Mark" and it's "somewhere between the deadpan period and the excitable exclamation point."
Because terrible puns are the best kind of puns. And the only kind of puns.
Where have you been all my life, the Interrobang‽ Less so, the Asterism, despite the awesome name. How many of these did you know already? Be honest.
This ad for The White Grotto, found in a 1916 issue of Froth (now Phroth) humor magazine, highlights the importance of proper comma usage. If you still don't get it after the first sentence, you've read too far.