gram·ma·ry /ˈɡramərē/

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Grammar Chaos: Decluttering Your Documents

Jan 11, 2017

Writers, no matter the amount of experience and the caliber of skill, are prone to mistakes. They are, after all, merely human. There are mistakes that can slide right by the eyes of an inattentive reader. Redundancy is one of them. Admit it, we writers have a pretty bad habit of trying to use w...
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Grammar Ain’t No Picnic: Double Negative, No-No

Jan 04, 2017

According to basic mathematics, multiplying two negatives result in a positive. Some people like to think that the same principle applies to grammar. Sadly, they are mistaken. In the English language, double negatives occur when two negative words are used in the same sentence, with the assumpt...
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Conjunctions: The Glue of the English Language

May 05, 2016

  Conjunctions, as defined by Merriam-Webster (2016), are words that “join together sentences, clauses, phrases, or words.” It seems pretty simple enough, but to make it even more so, let’s use metaphors—metaphors are important, after all.   So when you want to...
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