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Celebrating National Grammar Day. Guest Post: Adam Binkley from MCAS

Imagine 60-foot balloons meandering across the Rockville skyline, shaped like punctuation marks. Instead of seasonal treats, your favorite bakery has cupcakes decorated with semicolons and exclamation marks. Each house in your neighborhood is adorned with essays. The Riddler, with all … Continue reading

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Grammar Day by Victoria Whitten

Are you the type of person who delights in finding typos in your textbook? Does it make you cringe when ur frndz txt u lk this? Do you want your writing to become clearer, more concise, and stronger? Then come … Continue reading

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Come Celebrate Grammar Day: Frustrating Grammar Fails and How to Fix Them!

Grammar Day? No, I’m not talking a day during which we binge watch Frasier (that’s Kelsey Grammer, with an er). I’m talking about grammar, that crazy system that governs the way we use language to express ideas. National Grammar Day … Continue reading

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