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Grammar Cartoons and Comics

Grammar cartoon 1 of 452

grammar cartoon

Ancient Grammar Police: 'Oh, for cryin' out loud...you never end a sentence with a . . .'

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wmi111006

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2134x1900 (unwatermarked)

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Grammar cartoon 2 of 452

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'I'll never date another apostrophe... the last one was too possessive.'

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dwh110208

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2210x1900 (unwatermarked)

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Grammar cartoon 3 of 452

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'No, Jason, I don't know why the T in 'Tsunami' is silent! Just run!'

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bwhn723

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2700x2250 (unwatermarked)

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Grammar cartoon 8 of 452

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You need to learn punctuation. I'ts, important later! 'in life'

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dwh110202

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2192x1900 (unwatermarked)

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grammar cartoon

"Explain something to me. Are 'boned' and 'deboned' the same thing?"

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CC43093

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1626x2147 (unwatermarked)

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Grammar cartoon 13 of 452

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'Yes, a winky face is correct... But in ancient times, the semicolon was actually used to separate archaic written devices known as 'complete sentences.''

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lfin521

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1801x1623 (unwatermarked)

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Grammar cartoon 14 of 452

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

Artist:

Dator, Joe

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CC141947

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1957x3010 (unwatermarked)

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Grammar cartoon 18 of 452

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The Comma Sutra

Artist:

Noth, Paul

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CC135858

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2906x4564 (unwatermarked)

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Grammar cartoon 19 of 452

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A man drives down a road that has two road signs with quotations marks positioned on either side of it.

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CC35948

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1470x2470 (unwatermarked)

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Grammar cartoon 24 of 452

grammar cartoon

"The human being can survive for three weeks without food, and three seconds without correcting someone's grammar."

Artist:

Rolli

Search ID:

CX304871

High Res:

1350x1890 (unwatermarked)

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Grammar cartoon 25 of 452

grammar cartoon

"Before I begin, I should warn you that in my quest for truth and my relentless war against corruption I will now and then split an infinitive and end an occasional sentence with a preposition."

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CC34390

High Res:

1633x2369 (unwatermarked)

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