5 Signs That You’re Hopelessly Addicted to Proper Grammar

5 Signs That You’re Hopelessly Addicted to Proper Grammar
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Updated on 1 October 2014

5 Signs That You’re Hopelessly Addicted to Proper Grammar So you’ve appointed yourself the honorary proofreader for your Facebook feed? There is nothing wrong with helping to improve the quality of your friends’ (and friends of friends’) writing, is there? If you’re wondering if you’re absolutely mad for good grammar, spelling, and punctuation, we put together a short list that should help you self-diagnose as a grammar addict.

1. You check (and recheck and recheck) your online updates before posting.

2. You know how to use “whom,” and you’re not afraid to use it in conversation.

3. You absolutely cannot imagine sending a text message without correct spelling and punctuation.

4. You regularly reference Strunk and White. 5. You have turned down dates because of simple grammar errors or typos.

How many apply to you? What other signs of grammar addiction would you add?

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