Mar 4th 2013

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Happy Grammar Day from Ginger Software!

Today, March 4, is National Grammar Day in the United States! National Grammar Day  was created in 2008 by Martha Brockenbrough, who founded the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar.

What is the best way to celebrate this festive occasion? By promoting good grammar of course!

1. Share grammar tips with family or friends that could use the help. Here are some quick reference guides to some tricky grammar rules:

    1. Anyway vs. Anyways
    2. Compliment vs. Complement
    3. Affect vs. Effect
    4. You’re vs. Your

 

2. Learn how the modern English that we use today has progressed from Middle English. Find out what English sounded like 700 years ago here.

3. Spread the word! Change your Facebook profile picture to the image within this article to raise awareness about National Grammar Day!

How will YOU be celebrating?

 

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