via. In my case, it’s usually not so silently.
I can’t help it.
Today is one of the greatest days of the year – National Grammar Day! I love good grammar and loathe those who have no respect for it.
Now, I don’t claim to be perfect, and I enjoy learning new grammar tricks and rules all the time. I’m sure if you comb through the blog you’d find a whole mess of grammar snafus. I over use the dash and hyphen – and love a good ellipsis…but overall, I try to keep it between the grammar lines. My profession depends on it, after all.
In honor or National Grammar Day, here are a few funnies for you – but some are filled with important lessons, so pay attention.
(Note – to give credit where credit is due, the Somee cards are obviously from someecards.com and all the others are from facebook.com/grammarly).
(Bonus points if you find the errors in this card).
Keep your friends close and your doors closer.
Texting totally perpetuates the butchering of grammar – love this one.
I have this hanging in my office and it makes me laugh every day.
My next what?
Ross is one of my favorite grammarians ever.
Happy National Grammar Day! Use it wisely.