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.