A Grammar Site You Might Like I found this chart on a really neat grammar site–Grammar.net. The main thing offered is a free download for a grammar checker on your computer that operates in conjunction with whatever word processor program you use,
Things We Say Wrong Here’s a funny 3 minute video called “Things We Say Wrong” from a You Tube channel called What You Ought to Know.
What do Shakespeare and Obama have in common? There were very few grammar rules for English until English developed into a language which was deemed acceptable for literature or other educated works (“How dare thee not write thy treatise in Latin?!”). Shakespeare and the King James Bible settled the issue pretty much. But as soon Read More
Grammar sins in the Bible? “Let HE who is without sin cast the first stone”…or “Let HIM who is without sin cast the first stone”? Do some Bibles have it wrong–and which way is correct anyway?