Thursday, March 04, 2010
National Grammar Day 2010
If you don't know a "loose tooth" from a "lose tooth" and are in the habit of abusing the apostrophe the way cheesy hair bands abuse the umlaut, BPL has the grammar and punctuation resources to help you navigate the turbulent waters of the English language.
So pay us a visit and stop making the annoying mistakes that make the grammar police go nucular on you.
Happy National Grammar Day!
By Tressa at March 04, 2010
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