Via copyblogger and BlueGlass .
Sharpen your skills with infographics.
One and three are the most common ones that I see (and most annoying!)
Tomorrow is the next day coming. And tomarrow doesn’t exist…!
I love this. I am not the grammar police, but many of the above make sirens go off in my head! #9!!!!!!!!!!
I have a suggestion for an add. Please address the issue of when to use “— and I, me & —”. i.e. ‘She and I are crazy wordnerds’ vs. ‘Me and CoCo are kookoo’.
Rebecca ~ #7 addresses that ~ “Choose between ‘me’ and ‘I’ by removing the other person from the sentence and using what doesn’t sound silly.”
What do you mean “affect” is a verb? It is also a lovely noun that means something similar to “emotive intent”.
So “affect” and “effect” can both be nouns OR verbs; you just have to learn what they all mean.
weather the weather be hot or weather the weather be not, we’ll weather the weather, whatever the weather, weather we like it or not,