Blogs & Blog Posts on Grammar in Minnesota



Blogs on "Grammar"

Daughter Number Three
Local media critique, grammar and language curmudgeon, comics and cartoonis...

Writes & Wrongs
Julie Coleman, freelance editor, provides grammar and publishing informatio...

Fight with knives
Thoughts on feminism, food, pop music, and life in the Twin Cities, from No...

Blog Posts on Grammar

Yes, we’re a college town, but let’s consider ‘media’ and ‘data’ to be singular by Locally Grown on Jan 2, 2012 in , Colleges, grammarThe title of Betsey Buckheit’s blog post last week, Social media are not new, immediately got my attention, as much for its grammar as its subject matter. I’ve always found the plural usage of ‘media’ and ‘data’ to...



Grammar Boss by A Nod To Nothing on Nov 27, 2011 in grammar, Mitchell and Webb, British television, comedyKyle let me know that a fourth season of That Mitchell and Webb Look was on Netflix streaming.  My favorite bit so far was the grammar boss.



How Critical are Punctuation and Syntax to Your Job Prospects? by Lawyerist - the lawyering survival guide on Oct 7, 2011 in Lawyering Skills, Legal Careers, from Bitter Lawyer, grammar, punctuationReally really critical, if you ask us. But Ex-Bitter doesn’t think so. He even throws in a few sympathetic errors of his own to make the law student who sent in the question feel better. Read I’m Tired of the Grammar Nazis on Bitter Lawye...



Young Birds in September (Video) by Penelopedia: Nature & Garden in Northfield, MN on Sep 16, 2011 in video, juvenal, backyard birds, grammar, bird feeding, juvenile, ornithologyThere's been a cluster of as many as 11 American goldfinches around our purple coneflower seed heads and our feeders in the last 2-3 days, and when we see them up close we notice some have a very fluffy look, not the sleek plumage that mature birds s...



Writing Tools by Anatomy of Perceval on Jun 18, 2011 in Writing, Fiction, Language, words, writers, writing tools, grammar, spelling, usage, format, style guides, grammar reference, dictionaryWriting tools that come immediately to mind for most people are things like computers, paper, pens, notebooks, typewriters, word processors, word processing software, etc.  Those are not the tools I’m thinking about, however.  I’m think...



Top 10 misused English words by Duck Duck Gray Duck on Jun 10, 2011 in Everything Else, Funny Pictures, Humor, cartoons, English, English language, grammar, language, Library, Linguistics, misused words, teaching, Writers ResourcesAre you annoyed by terrible grammar you see and hear in advertising or out in public? You aren't alone. Here is a list of the Top 10 misused English words. Continue reading →...



If "impact" is the grammatical hill Maura is willing to die on... by Fight with knives on Mar 24, 2011 in copy editor comes alive, feminism, grammar, learn some styleheathalouise: ..mine is “female/females” as noun and “woman/women” as adjective. This used to be a...



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