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In this series of posts, I'm sharing a few of the things that surprised me about publishing a book, as well as things I wish I'd known before I started. This is all personal experience and personal...
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Last month, I had the exciting opportunity to ask an Internet celebrity some questions about writing and grammar. Mignon Fogarty, or as most of you probably know her, Grammar Girl, is the Donald W....
For the start of the school year, a collection of Quick and Dirty Tips from Grammar Girl, Mighty Mommy, Get-it-Done Guy, and others!
When Should You Capitalize Titles?
Get Grammar Girl's take on when to capitalize words. Learn when honorifics, course names, and directions should or should not be capitalized and when capitalization will change your meaning.
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Here is the latest in a series of tips on usage and style shared by Mignon Fogarty, better known as Grammar Girl. With students returning to school, Mignon asks if they're best described as "anxious" or "eager."
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Why Do We Say "Oxen" And Not "Oxes"? : Vocabulary.com
Mignon Fogarty, better known as her alter ego Grammar Girl, has been sharing a series of short tips on usage and style. In her latest installment, she explains why the plural of the word ox is oxen instead of oxes .
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From "Yea" and "Yes" to "Yeah" and "Yup" : Vocabulary.com...
Grammar Girl, a.k.a. Mignon Fogarty, has been sharing short tips on usage and style with us. Her latest tip looks at the evolution of affirmative interjections, from yea and yes in Old English to yeah and yup in contemporary English.