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Ben Dreyer, Author of Dreyer’s English, Talks About Language

Ben Dreyer, the author of Dreyer’s English, a modern style guide, is also the copy chief and managing editor of Random House. He talks about Twitter language, the words he hates now, including “onboarding,” and his own editors on the book.

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What Would English Sound Like If Its Rules Were Consistent? | Mental Floss

Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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Study: Two Spaces After a Period May Be Better Than One - The Atlantic

A new study proves that half of people are correct. The other is also correct.

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Quiz: Call the Grammar Police | Mental Floss

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The Anatomy of a Grammar Nerd

Are you an Oxford comma enthusiast? Sure, you know the difference between between there, their, and they're, but would you consider yourself a true grammar nerd? While some people balk at the term, plenty of others embrace it.

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Are Incomplete Sentences the New Thing Or...? | Mental Floss

How is language evolving on the internet? In this series on internet linguistics, Gretchen McCulloch breaks down the latest innovations in online communication.

Sometimes a sentence doesn't end where you'd expect, but. And yet somehow, you still know what the writer intended, so. This may be something you do all the time, or.

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Top 10 Grammar Myths | Mental Floss

Before you argue with me, read the whole explanation about why each of these is a myth.