How did I not know this?
I was tipped off by Word Lily (thanks, Ma’am!) and am off to go investigate some of the geeky pleasures that are likely to be found on this little holiday.
Filed under colleagues, fun, funniness, Grammar
You betcha! No problem! 🙂
When I write I tend to emulate the grammar of the authors I found most enjoyable, so I’d say that good grammar could be taught by selected good things to read!
I’m not sure I could agree more, Daz Cox.
I should also say here that “good grammar” is a HIGHLY situational thing. Sure, there’s the academic, “proper” grammar, but there’s also colloquial grammar. If I’m writing in my true “voice,” I’ll say things like “wicked good” – but I’d never say that in a formal piece of writing….
Carson’s bad grammar: Being too wordy. I am sure there is more….I improve each day.
happy grammar day! 🙂 that rocks.
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