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English Grammar Cartoons and Comics

English Grammar cartoon 1 of 21

english grammar cartoon

A tombstone with an inscription reading: "Eugene R. Traskin - 'Literally died'"

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Dator, Joe

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CC141947

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1957x3010 (unwatermarked)

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English Grammar cartoon 3 of 21

english grammar cartoon

Harmon Silas, calculating the thousand words his picture is worth, wonders what do do with contractions.

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pha0627

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English Grammar cartoon 4 of 21

english grammar cartoon

'My invention is even more remarkable than yours. It is the simple declarative sentence.'

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shr0587

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2136x2200 (unwatermarked)

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English Grammar cartoon 5 of 21

english grammar cartoon

Fred interpreted the word compact as a verb, not as an adjective.

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tmcn1120

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2400x2160 (unwatermarked)

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English Grammar cartoon 6 of 21

english grammar cartoon

'And please give me the strength to accept the asterisk and the wisdom to understand what it connotes...'

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sma0183

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2050x2004 (unwatermarked)

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English Grammar cartoon 7 of 21

english grammar cartoon

'Some say I shouldn't be so picky, which is why I'm not going to stop seeing you for ending a sentence with a preposition.'

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jknn270

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1800x1500 (unwatermarked)

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English Grammar cartoon 11 of 21

english grammar cartoon

'Without the comma, colons and semi-colons would rise up to oppress us.'

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cbun79

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1800x2000 (unwatermarked)

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English Grammar cartoon 13 of 21

english grammar cartoon

'If they sold more then one book then it would be a BOOKS shop,stupid!'

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dpan1980

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2594x1800 (unwatermarked)

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English Grammar cartoon 15 of 21

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English Grammar cartoon 16 of 21

english grammar cartoon

'And always remember that it is the gritty colon itself, not the half-baked semi-colon, that wields the power to confound even the most erudite minds.'

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cbun119

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1600x2000 (unwatermarked)

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English Grammar cartoon 20 of 21

english grammar cartoon

'For snoring?! Hell, that's nothing'. I once shot a man for ending sentence in a preposition.'

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jlvn1113

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2032x1360 (unwatermarked)

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