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Grammatical Error Cartoons and Comics

Grammatical Error cartoon 1 of 42

grammatical error cartoon

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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Grammatical Error cartoon 2 of 42

grammatical error cartoon

"There's been one change to the menu. We're no longer spelling brussels sprouts with a capital 'B'."

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CX300999

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Grammatical Error cartoon 9 of 42

grammatical error cartoon

'No, no! Don't use commas to bracket a phrase that's essential to the meaning of the sentence. And it's I before E, except after C, or when sounded as A as in... are you getting this?'

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bwhn91

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2700x2250 (unwatermarked)

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Grammatical Error cartoon 13 of 42

grammatical error cartoon

"If you want to sing in our band, you'll have to overcome your fear of using double negatives."

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tcnn490

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1307x1800 (unwatermarked)

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Grammatical Error cartoon 15 of 42

grammatical error cartoon

"What hope do I have... when you can't even get the grammar right on the ransom note?"

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lfon1159

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2263x2000 (unwatermarked)

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Grammatical Error cartoon 17 of 42

grammatical error cartoon

'The grammar's awful and the spelling's atrocious - otherwise it's an impressive CV.'

Artist:

Dan

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tda0050

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2180x1832 (unwatermarked)

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Grammatical Error cartoon 19 of 42

grammatical error cartoon

"So I'm like, doesn't anyone speak proper English any more?"

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cman769

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2112x1796 (unwatermarked)

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Grammatical Error cartoon 22 of 42

grammatical error cartoon

"'Oxymoron' means two terms which contradict eather other. For example . . . 'Intelligent TV entertainment'."

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kscn4972

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2500x2500 (unwatermarked)

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Grammatical Error cartoon 24 of 42

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Grammatical Error cartoon 25 of 42

grammatical error cartoon

Grammar, importance of good: 'You have broken my wittle heart,' sobbed Penelope, evidently still unaware of her appalling grammatical faults.

Artist:

Kim, Nick

Search ID:

nki0389

High Res:

882x2541 (unwatermarked)

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