National Grammar Day
Why should we use good grammar? Well, ain’t nobody want to sound stupid. Cause if we sounds like we doesn’t have an education then nobody thinks we had one.
Here are a few things that I constantly get wrong!
Using few vs. less Use “few” or “fewer” for things you count. Use “less” for things you measure. Example: She wore out fewer shoes because she walked less miles.
Using who vs. whom Examples: Who is a subject pronoun. Who is driving the car? Whom is an object pronoun. With whom are you going to the party?
Incorrect use of apostrophes Examples: Its vs. It’s – Its branches were falling. It’s a cold day. They’re vs. Their – They’re ready to leave. They are on their way.
Have fun and grammar on!