There are very few things more annoying than a glaring grammar error in an otherwise acceptable piece of writing.
As lovers of language, you and I have a natural instinct to fix these errors. How do we deal, for example, with declarations that tweak our nose?
“I like her to.”
“Its a cold day.”
Sometimes these grammar hiccups seem engineered to drive us up a wall, and they begin to take on a sinister quality. Continue reading “Grammar Shaming: “Who’s” Fault Is It?”