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  • r  in a grammatical manner
    this child already speaks grammatically

  • When Annalisee was 3, her mother Angi Brasil noticed that she was stringing together word cards composed not simply into short phrases but into complete, grammatically correct .
  • Dancing began as a British hit with the grammatically undiagrammable title Strictly Come Dancing.
  • What a relief it is once again to hear a reality-show mentor give grammatically proper consolation! Johnny's drama moment in his sit-down with Gunn was the point where I started to .
News & Articles

  • When signs get it wrong
    From SFGate: It’s that time of year: trips have been booked, plans have been made and bags are being packed as summer travel gears up. While pictures of the sights are nice, it wouldn’t be a vacation without a photo of a grammatically incorrect or otherwise silly sign. Here are a few favorites courtesy of “Signspotting 4: The Art of Miscommunication,” compiled by Doug Lansky. You can upload your ...
    June 25, 2013 - seattlepi.com
Quotes

  • Julia Roberts in Toronto Sun
    We had a lot of Pretty Woman people - that sounds grammatically incorrect,Roberts says. "Our (director of photography) Chuck Minsky shot Pretty Woman, and our prop department. We laughed about a lot of things - particularly how old we'd...
  • Antonin Scalia in Lakeland Times
    The Second Amendment is naturally divided into two parts: its prefatory clause and its operative clause,wrote justice Scalia for the majority. "The former does not limit the latter grammatically, but rather announces a purpose."
  • Mike Doughty in Asbury Park Press
    It's such a formal language, and grammatically, it's one of the most different from ours. It's been a challenge - one that's had a major impact on my writing. More than anything, I feel really good about the people I'm working with right now,...

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