Grammar and Punctuation Police!

I know, I know. I hate the Grammar Police. The people who “walk” up behind you online and correct every little mistake. Sometimes we have bad days. I often get annoyed seeing their, when someone is referring to a place there (adverb) or they’re when someone means their. For instance: Their going to the club wouldn’t be grammatical because their is possessive. Instead, you would write: They’re going to the club. They’re is a contraction of the words they are.

I know my grammar is not always up to par, but I’m trying!

I will add my list of helpful Grammar tips on this post. Happy Simming!

Lay vs Lie

They’re, Their, There

Free Online Grammar Check

4 Common Grammar Mistakes You Aren’t Actually Making

All About Adjectives 

Active Voice/Passive Voice (What is it?)

How to use a semicolon (video)

10 Comma Rules (video)

Writing Skills: When to use commas with for, but, and, or yet, so (video)

Basic Punctuation: Periods, Commas, Semicolons, Colons, Apostrophes, Quotation Marks, Parentheses (video)

Learn Punctuation: period, exclamation mark, question mark (video)

Punctuation Playlist (video)

3 thoughts on “Grammar and Punctuation Police!

  1. Pingback: Grammar Police! | Reagan Leeds: Run The World

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