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'Grammar Vigilante' Is Correcting Street Signs, One Apostrophe at a Time
It would be "more of a crime" to leave incorrect punctuation standing, the man told a reporter.... READ ON
An Oxford Comma Helped Decide a Labor Dispute in Maine
It may seem unnecessary at times, but the Oxford comma is only here to help.... READ ON
Live Smarter
This Browser Extension Will Correct All Your Grammar Mistakes
Never confuse "its" and "it's" again.... READ ON
Meet the Secret Grammarians in Ecuador Who Correct Graffiti Mistakes
These grammar police are taking it to the streets.... READ ON
Gift Guide
10 Grammatically Correct Gifts for Language Lovers
Give your loved one a gift that celebrates their love of language—when it's written correctly.... READ ON
Little-Known Punctuation Marks for National Punctuation Day
Because sometimes periods, commas, colons, semi-colons, dashes, hyphens, apostrophes, question marks, exclamation points, quotation marks, brackets, parentheses, braces, and ellipses won't do.... READ ON
iMessage Stickers Correct Grammatical Errors With Judgmental Red Pen
Correcting your friends' typos just got easier (and more obnoxious).... READ ON
The Odd Grammar Rule Most English Speakers Know But Are Rarely Taught
You know this rule, even if you don't know you know it.... READ ON
Watch Weird Al Perform 'Word Crimes' Live
"You'd better slow down and use the right pronoun." -Weird Al... READ ON
11 Historical Figures Who Were Really Bad At Spelling
Would you recoil in terror if spell-check ever stopped working? Fear not: You're in good company.... READ ON
Improve Your Writing Using a Bot That Echoes the Advice of E.B. White and More
Proselint edits your writing based on the advice of some of the world's best writers and grammar authorities.... READ ON
The British Government Is Cracking Down on Exclamation Marks
The British government thinks kids these days are overusing exclamation marks, and they’ve decided to take a stand!... READ ON
Where Should You Place the Apostrophe in President's Day?
The apostrophe in "Presidents' Day" is all over the place. Sometimes it's before the "s," sometimes it's after the "s," and sometimes it doesn't exist at all. So what's the correct placement?... READ ON
The Longest Words in English (by Category)
Antidisestablishmentarianism is still regarded as the longest non-medical, non-coined, nontechnical word in the English language, yet it keeps some robust company. Here are 11 examples of some of the longest words by category.... READ ON
7 Sentences That Sound Crazy But Are Still Grammatical
Let's not look at grammar as a cold, harsh mistress. She can also be a fun, kooky aunt.... READ ON

Only one U.S. state's name ends with the letter "K." It's New York. Likewise, only one U.S. state's name ends with the letter "G": Wyoming.

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