Unpacking History One Discovery at a Time
Yes! We need grammar police to ensure we communicate what we really mean to communicate.
It’s been an age since I blogged, and it’s all because I’m written out. I was assigned a list of sixty-one grammar scripts by my supervisor this past week, and now my head is filled with “then” versus “than”, and “sit” versus “set”, and “between” versus “among”. All of this would be kind of terrible, except the scripts are relatively easy to write and I’m getting paid full-time-job money to do it.
Fifty-four scripts to go, though. That’s a lot of grammar.
I always hated the grammar lessons we had in English. I thought they were lame, because I already had good grammar, because I read all the time growing up. Seriously, if you have grammar issues, the best thing you can do is read anything and everything you can get your hands on. The more you expose yourself to how the English language is put together, the better your…
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