lynnie the pooh
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@AlyssaColton1 I'm with you, Alyssa. I'm especially dismayed by advertising that uses improper grammar, because that tends to institutionalize the usage. Can you imagine a company paying its marketing people for some of the horrible grammar we see in ads? I have to admit, my friends call me "Mrs. Thistlebottom," because I edit the newspaper as I read it and once sent a book back to its publisher totally blue- pencilled.
2 years ago on Poor Grammar Sucks: Four Resources for Better Writing
My favorite grammar resource is The Careful Writer by Theodore M. Bernstein.