Grammar Police

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The New Ulm Journal
Be nice, use proper grammarfriends are cats and dogs. That's how media outlets - traditional and Internet
Be nice, use proper grammar
The New Ulm Journal / Posted yesterday
friends are cats and dogs. That's how media outlets - traditional and Internet - spun the story, making fun of so-called Grammar Police. This made me so mad I yelled at the radio, which caused the chubby orange tabby sitting in my kitchen garden... Read more
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The New Ulm Journal
Be nice, use proper grammarfriends are cats and dogs. That's how media outlets - traditional and Internet
Be nice, use proper grammar
The New Ulm Journal / Posted 2 days ago
friends are cats and dogs. That's how media outlets - traditional and Internet - spun the story, making fun of so-called Grammar Police. This made me so mad I yelled at the radio, which caused the chubby orange tabby sitting in my kitchen garden... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Trump's 'woman card' remark leads to this ...$100. Meanwhile, Stephen Colbert said, "The Man Card: Allows you to explain th
Trump's 'woman card' remark leads to this ...
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 2 days ago
$100. Meanwhile, Stephen Colbert said, "The Man Card: Allows you to explain things to women about women." And as for grammar police, the suggestion is to refer to it as the "woman card" and not the "woman's card." "There is no correct answer... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
10 Grammar Mistakes People Love To Correct (That Aren't Actually Wrong)they’re asserting their perceived linguistic superiority. And while some who pr
10 Grammar Mistakes People Love To Correct (That Aren't Actually Wrong)
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 11 days ago
they’re asserting their perceived linguistic superiority. And while some who proudly wear the badge of “grammar Nazi” or “grammar police” see themselves as defenders of the language, they’re not really enforcing grammatical rules; they’re... Read more
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The Morning Call
Grammar Police say it's not a podium, it's a lecternlectern. I have had so many grammar and blooper submissions that I decided to
Grammar Police say it's not a podium, it's a lectern
The Morning Call / Posted 29 days ago
lectern. I have had so many grammar and blooper submissions that I decided to stick to educational ones in this edition of Grammar Police, on the theory that readers will enjoy either learning something or feeling superior because they already know... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Grammar police? You’re unpopularAre you a member of the grammar police, or willing to let a few typos slide? It
Grammar police? You’re unpopular
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
Are you a member of the grammar police, or willing to let a few typos slide? It turns out your reaction to written grammatical and spelling errors may say something about your personality. According to a study recently published in the journal PLOS... Read more
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Raw Story
Science proves what we already knew — Grammar Police are jerksanxiety, hostility, depression, and vulnerability) had a measurable impact on p
Science proves what we already knew — Grammar Police are jerks
Raw Story / Posted 1 months ago
anxiety, hostility, depression, and vulnerability) had a measurable impact on people’s reactions to the errors in the housemate listings. So are “grammar police” really jerks, who look out for everybody else’s flaws and can’t trust another p... Read more
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asianage
‘Grammar Nazis’ more likely to be introvertsDo you often become the “grammar police,” while reading emails? You could be an
‘Grammar Nazis’ more likely to be introverts
asianage / Posted 1 months ago
Do you often become the “grammar police,” while reading emails? You could be an introvert, according to a new study that suggests personality traits may influence how people react to written errors. Extroverted people are likely to overlook typos... Read more
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asianage
�Grammar Nazis' more likely to be introvertsDo you often become the “grammar police,” while reading emails? You could be an
�Grammar Nazis' more likely to be introverts
asianage / Posted 1 months ago
Do you often become the “grammar police,” while reading emails? You could be an introvert, according to a new study that suggests personality traits may influence how people react to written errors. Extroverted people are likely to overlook typos... Read more
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International Business Times
Are you a grammar police officer? Personality dictates how you react to written mistakes demographic variables did not seem to influence the way the writer was viewed.
Are you a grammar police officer? Personality dictates how you react to written mistakes
International Business Times / Posted 1 months ago
demographic variables did not seem to influence the way the writer was viewed. The scientists suggest that the negative reactions of 'grammar police' are based more on their own personalities rather than a disdain for errors in written l... Read more
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