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Mignon Fogarty

Always, Never, Usually, Often, Most, and More via @quickdirtytips
I couldn't resist taking a picture of this great sticker today!
The original studies of the Dunning-Kruger Effect used grammar tests!…
Confused about "who" and "whom"? Try the Himlich maneuver! via @quickdirtytips
How 6 fonts got their names. And if you like it, this page has two more:…
Commas matter! Check out the rule of direct address:…
The @OED adds "YouTuber," but some YouTubers object to the definition!…
In US English, periods and commas go inside quotation marks: #WednesdayWisdom
Looking for a gift for a child who loves books? Try these five ideas!
Confused about "who" and "whom"? Try the Himlich maneuver! via @quickdirtytips
Only one more day to get the "Grammar Devotional" e-book for only $2.99. Buy it now!
I'm in booth 213 with free Grammar Girl buttons! #NCTE16
Stop by the @bookbrag booth at #NCTE2016 and pick up a @GrammarGirl button for your favorite tote bag!
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Check out some quick tips from @GrammarGirl on how to craft a strong voice
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Stormtrooper seat covers!
A prominent grammarian once said don't use "who" to refer to children. #FunFactFriday
Remember, a historical result is from the past. A historic result has lasting importance.
Don't get confused when spelling compliment. (Or is it complement?) Here's a memory trick:
38 Tips for Kicking NaNoWriMo in the Butt This Year… #NaNoWriMo
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