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You need to learn punctuation. I'ts, important later! 'in life'
"There's been one change to the menu. We're no longer spelling brussels sprouts with a capital 'B'."
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"Oh, and add a couple of intentional typos to my weekly email update...I want to appear warm and authentic!!"
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Dating an English Major
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'He never has got the hang of punctuation!'
"Ugh...this is hard to read you have bad grahammer."
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"Grammatically, the stickman should be behind the deer."
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'Me first. There's no 'C' ahead of us.'
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'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?'
Grammar and Marketing
An English Major gets a ransom note
The Adventures of Grammar Man
"If you want to sing in our band, you'll have to overcome your fear of using double negatives."
John was always the first to notice typos.
"What hope do I have... when you can't even get the grammar right on the ransom note?"
"Get the story and get it write."
'The grammar's awful and the spelling's atrocious - otherwise it's an impressive CV.'
Punctuation being forgotten - say linguist's.
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"So I'm like, doesn't anyone speak proper English any more?"
"I get paid by the word."
"The apostrophe goes before the s..."
"'Oxymoron' means two terms which contradict eather other. For example . . . 'Intelligent TV entertainment'."
The Importance of Grammar Demonstrated By Sir Paul McCartney.
Contemporary English Lesson: The Cat was Sat on the Mat.
Grammar, importance of good: 'You have broken my wittle heart,' sobbed Penelope, evidently still unaware of her appalling grammatical faults.