To Whom It May Concern: How to Chill Out About Grammar and Get on With Your Life

by Diana Koehm

If you’ve made it to this little corner of the internet, odds are that you share a profound love of the English language with the author of this post. For me there’s no greater thrill than discovering the exact arrangement of words and sounds necessary to create a precise reaction. If language is the rich… More To Whom It May Concern: How to Chill Out About Grammar and Get on With Your Life by Diana Koehm

Am I being too pedantic?

By Emily Zimmer

“Vocabulary enables us to interpret and to express. If you have a limited vocabulary, you will also have a limited vision and a limited future.” — Jim Rohn New words have always been drilled into our minds. Initially small and minimal in complexity, vocabulary was learned through spelling tests and sentence practice. Over the years,… More Am I being too pedantic? By Emily Zimmer