Saturday, April 13, 2013

15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly [Infographic]

As a writer, we all want to put our best foot forward. There are fifteen common grammar mistakes. This handy infographic covers all of them.


  1. The "use whatever doesn't sound silly" for me and I made me chuckle.
    I see the first few examples used wrong all the time in blog posts.

  2. Some good advice. I do feel silly when I use the wrong "it's" or "your"

  3. I pretty much do them all. ***Putting on clown hat***

    1. This will be useful as a checklist to keep an eye out for. We all do this from time to time

  4. I have to say I disagree a little with rule nine. Yes, when used in the general narrative voice the point is correct, but when used in dialogue it indicates context - usually social/age context - and works well without making the writer look silly.

    All the other points are top banana!


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