As If We Needed Outside Confirmation…

As we close up “Grammar Week” here at A Teacher’s Education, I leave you with this*:

Grammarphile

70 snob points (out of 100)

You have a mighty respect for the English language, and its tortuous misuse by the uneducated burns your soul. You can barely restrain yourself from grammatical vigilantism. You often find your friends pre-emptively apologizing for their language goofs, fearing your wrath, or at least merciless teasing.

My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 99% on snobbery

Link: The Grammar Snob Test written by dbang

Check back for Grammar Wednesdays starting next week!

*found while searching for The Grammar Snob while I was goofing off at work.

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2 responses to “As If We Needed Outside Confirmation…

  1. JRH

    Laid Back
    54 snob points (out of 100)
    You can appreciate a skillful turn of phrase, and you certainly wouldn’t mind if people took a bit more care with their language, but you (mostly) keep your complaints to yourself.

    My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:

    You scored higher than 99% on snobbery

  2. 99% for me as well!

    Grammar snobs are the best snobs.

    Oh, you want my score?! I hurried through it…does that count? Because you just KNOW I’ll be retaking it!

    Grammarphile
    64 snob points (out of 100)
    You have a mighty respect for the English language, and its tortuous misuse by the uneducated burns your soul. You can barely restrain yourself from grammatical vigilantism. You often find your friends pre-emptively apologizing for their language goofs, fearing your wrath, or at least merciless teasing.

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