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The crew can no longer tolerate Captain Bligh's ruthless splitting of infinitives."
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"It's so early in the year, and that English teacher…. She's already up in my grill."
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"And remember–no more subjunctives where the correct mood is indicative."
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The Comma Sutra
"I'm sorry, but refusing to use an Oxford comma isn't really grounds for divorce."
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"What can I say? I was an English major."
Tags:grammar, grammar nazi, grammar nazis, fewer, items or less, correction, correct, english, english major, college, college graduate, grad, graduates, humanities, job, jobs, bitter, bitterness, world of work, literature, lit major, language, language skills, literacy, literate, literacy skills, register, registers, cash register, supermarket, supermarkets, groceries, grocery store, store, stores, clerk, clerks, proof, proofread, proofreading
"I found a misused apostrophe in one of your entrees."
Joe's Grammar Shop
Tags:grammar, bad grammar, using bad grammar, grammar nazi, grammar nazis, store window, store, windows, shop window, shop windows, correct grammar, incorrect grammar, comma splicing, modern life, modern times, modern attitudes, english language, the english language, modern english, special offer, special offers
"I've grown numb to exclamation points."
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'100% Grammatically Correct Popular Tunes'
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"People just don't understand me!"
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"We literally laughed our heads off!"
"You vill be punished if you end a sentence with a preposition."
"He's getting away officer he stole all my punctuation commas apostrophes exclamation points periods ellipses everything."
"Aha. See - you used a double negative there."
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"As I mentioned before, Fassler, you'll never go anywhere until you start using 'impact' as a verb."
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