'100% Grammatically Correct Popular Tunes'
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"What can I say? I was an English major."
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"I found a misused apostrophe in one of your entrees."
The Comma Sutra
"And remember–no more subjunctives where the correct mood is indicative."
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"I've grown numb to exclamation points."
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The crew can no longer tolerate Captain Bligh's ruthless splitting of infinitives."
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"It's so early in the year, and that English teacher…. She's already up in my grill."
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Joe's Grammar Shop
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Use apostrophes. Dont use apostrophes
"I''' have the misspelled 'Ceasar' salad and the improperly hyphenated veal osso-buco."
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"I'm sorry, but refusing to use an Oxford comma isn't really grounds for divorce."
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