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Grammarians Cartoons and Comics

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Grammarians cartoon 3 of 43

grammarians 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

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Grammarians cartoon 6 of 43

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"You there, Mister L! You're the only one in this word who has a right to remain silent."

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bwhn1989

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Grammarians cartoon 8 of 43

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'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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Grammarians cartoon 12 of 43

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Cowboy in Old West boasts of having shot a guy for ending a sentence in a preposition.

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jlvn76

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1800x1566 (unwatermarked)

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When Grammarians Grill: 'Well done, well-done, or, well, done?'

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mhen304

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Grammarians cartoon 15 of 43

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'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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Grammarians cartoon 16 of 43

grammarians cartoon

"I know it's a big ask but try not to use nouns as if they were verbs."

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aevn1509

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2400x2006 (unwatermarked)

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"I must warn you that, Judge, Farrell, is known for his long sentences."

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scqn73

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2715x2136 (unwatermarked)

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Grammarians cartoon 19 of 43

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"Oh no. . . We'll never win now. Looks like our team is getting underscore."

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nfkn2583

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3600x3600 (unwatermarked)

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Grammarians cartoon 21 of 43

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