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Maybe It’s a Sign

“Some people have a way with words, and other people…oh, uh, not have way.”

― Steve Martin

Hello Authors!

Perfect grammar is the freelancer’s mythical beast– rumored to exist and ever sought-after. As we march on in the quest for the apex of grammatical goodness, we are bound to encounter a few wrong turns. This week, we’re bringing you a list of our favorite grammatically incorrect signs.

 Exactly how much exzac cash do I owe you?

 Morons: it takes one to know one!

 “Hmm…Maybe it’s time to turn around…”

This lot must be swamped!

This, ladies and gentlemen, is a grammar fatality!

Sometimes, it pays to be a rebel.

Clothes you can swear by!

Stay in “shcool” kids!
We hope this blog brought a few laughs to your daily grind. For more information about best grammatical practices when it comes to Textbroker orders, please refer to the AP Style Book. Additionally, visit our handy comma cheat sheets!


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650441 21. July 2016 - 18:56

You inspire me to  be swift on my feet. Keep up the high kicks. People enjoy your brilliance. So this means more men on the run. Just kidding stay where you are.

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650441 23. July 2016 - 17:05

I totally agree, planning ahead and retaining information will help me be more descriptive. How can anyone write without a vision? This will help me focus more consistently.

Thank you for the advice.

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650441 23. July 2016 - 17:31

I want to buy ear plugs, but I'm afraid that will go over my budget. 

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654651 13. August 2016 - 18:13

Thank you for showing us this video. I have already started using some.

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661431 19. December 2016 - 21:40

Managing my time is my biggest problem. I write during my free time whenever possible, but I am also the mother of two toddlers that aren't in school yet, so it can get tricky! I am learning how to do both, though. All in due time, I suppose.

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9636 28. April 2017 - 6:13

It really kills me when I come across an article or blog post with horrible grammar and spelling in general. Especially when the author actually mentions something about being a great writer with great content. When I see a badly written article, I am more inclined to skip over it, even if I feel I can learn something from. It just takes away from credibility for me.

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Typos 14. August 2017 - 10:20

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