- Grammar matters. Each week I get a few emails in response to my posts, always thanking me for carrying on the grammatical torch (hey, we word nerds need to stick together).
- Grammar stumps me at least once a week. I’ve got a running list of books I consult when it comes to writing these posts and making sure I’m correct on my grammar rules. The good news? I learn something every single week.
By far, the two most popular requests I get involve “affect/effect,” which I covered back in November (link to article here) and “me/myself/I,” which I covered back in January (link to article here). Otherwise, the suggestions I get from readers are for words that trip you up when you’re writing — when to use who/whom, who’s/whose, them/they/those, etc.
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Greatly appreciate your posts…
Couple follow-on ideas
· Would be great to hear how you approach those times when you are stumped… the books or sites you reference, when you refer to them, why you refer to specific ones, etc.
· Maybe even a summer reading list
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