Posted by: Jack Henry | March 3, 2017

Editor’s Corner: National Grammar Day

Tomorrow, March 4, is National Grammar Day. While my plan is to celebrate by going to visit a dog adoption event and check out the available playmates for my dog Bella, other people have some more exciting things they want to share with you. Mignon Fogarty, the original Grammar Girl, suggests you enter the Grammar Day Haiku Contest. She also provides links to some of the most frequently asked questions about which word to use. Some of these descriptions are lengthy, so I’m just providing the links in case you are interested.

· Affect versus effect

· Lay versus lie

· Sit versus set

· Who versus whom

· Toward versus towards

Whatever you decide to do for your weekend, I hope it is enjoyable!

Kara Church

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