Wednesday, March 4, 2009

National Grammar Day

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It's National Grammar Day! Isn't that exciting? A little bit?

Well, even though I writer, me have no so good grammar.

Luckily, there are a vast array of websites to help me and my disability.

Here's a few I peek frequently:

Guide to Grammar and Writing

Daily Grammar

Dialogue

Basic Prose and Mechanics

What are your favorite grammar websites?

9 comments:

Kristen Painter said...

I can't say I ever go to any grammar websites. I just use my brain. Not always the most reliable source, but that's what I do.

Chicki said...

The site I use most is http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/

My favorite grammar book is "A Grammar Book for You and I ... oops, Me!" by C. Edward Good.

Stephanie said...

I ain't lookin' at all those sites, 'cause I gots some good grammar here in Alabama! ;oD

I seriously don't even use anything other than dictionary.com and I'm not sure that's considered a "grammar" site?

And if you're blogging on vacation, you're in trouble!

Debora Dennis said...

Grammar websites? - egad - that must be my problem, I never knew they existed. :)

Kate Karyus Quinn said...

Um, yeah, I should probably bookmark all of those sites immediately.

Shelley Munro said...

Grammar - I'm learning that NZ grammar and US grammar aren't necessarily the same. The other think I've learned is that commas move around in a manuscript the second you send it to your editor...

That's my story, and I'm sticking to it!

MsSnarkyPants said...

National Grammar Day? Who'd have thought! You'd think Hallmark would have cards for this!

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Diane Craver said...

Long time ago I took a grammar test by Grammar Girl at HQ's site. I don't know if that's there any longer. That's my only contribution today. :) Thanks for the information, have a great day!