Yearly Archives: 2011
Dec 29th 2011
Dec 26th 2011
Want error-free holiday cards? Looking to have a clean 2012, without grammar or spelling mistakes? Want to give a friend the gift of more polished texts? We’re offering our leading product, Ginger Premium, at 20% off for our blog readers/facebook fans!
Dec 7th 2011
Holiday Special! Black Friday fraud, cranberry takeover, and holiday gifts for the grammatically challenged
For those of you who have celebrated Thanksgiving, we hope it was a delicious and meaningful one. For those of you who haven’t had the chance, we’re going to try and make up for it with this holiday special spelling news flash!1 Comment
Nov 29th 2011
Nov 16th 2011
Oct 24th 2011
Oct 3rd 2011
We thought we’d put together a little collection of the most interesting grammar or spelling news we came across this past week. If you’re not following us on Facebook yet, check it out! There’s plenty more on our page.
So what happened in the world of grammar this week?13 Comments
Sep 15th 2011
A new study, published in Cognitive Science journal, shows that even very young toddlers are able to understand English grammar. Most two year olds can already understand a good amount of words, and combine two or three words together, but cannot yet form full length sentences with English grammar. A new research suggests that even before toddlers are able to form full sentences, they can understand English grammar constructions and use those to understand complex conversations.1 Comment
Aug 22nd 2011