August 04, 2012
Grammarphobia — "Grammar, etymology, usage, and more"
Ms. Sterzinger, you can relax now, everything's under control.
Everyone else, lots to see here, don't move on but instead take a minute or three to spruce up your usage.
Can you say "Spruce up your usage" three times fast?"
'Cause I sure can't.
But I digress.
That's plenty good enough for me and ought to be good enough for you too.
Up top, the cover of the Japanese edition of "Woe Is I: The Grammarphobe’s Guide to Better English in Plain English," nearly a half a million copies of which have been sold, not all of them in English.
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