Category Archives: Grammar

Muphry’s Law

Murphy’s Law is that anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.  In a Murphistic universe, it follows that we also need to be wary of Muphry’s Law: “If you write anything criticizing proofreading or editing, there will be a … Continue reading

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Grammar Games for Adults Studying Parts of Speech

I’m all for gaming as a learning approach to practice parsing parts of speech. Games get endorphins flowing, help develop speed and accuracy, and help identify individual areas of weakness for improvement.  For adult studying parts of speech, I recommend: … Continue reading

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