Grammar Cheat Sheet For Your Blog, Social Media Sites & Other Cyber Posts

I’m usually very strict about creating original content for my blog, but when I saw this colorful and informative post about grammar on Build A Better Blog, I knew I had to re-post it for my readers.

I have written about the importance of avoiding typos and using correct punctuation on Lyric Fire before, but this Grammar Goof Guide by Copyblogger is something that every writer should keep handy.

Enjoy and Happy Blogging!

15 Grammar Goofs That Make You Look Silly
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Comments (13 Responses)

  1. loving grammar the right way. thanks for sharing Tameka:)

  2. Leah says:

    This was perfect Tameka! I’ve been guilty of making many of these grammatical errors. Such basic rules, yet oftentimes we forget them. I need to post this on my wall…literally;)

  3. Thanks Sancheeta and Leah! I love how colorful and fun this graphic is in addition to it being informative and helpful. Glad you ladies like it. Be sure to visit the Copyblogger site. It’s a great resource for writers!

  4. Loved it. Wish I was teaching again – would love to use this in a classroom!

  5. I know, right Corinne? I was thinking it would make a fabulous teaching tool! Thanks for stopping by!

  6. Leah says:

    Tameka, my talented friend, I have something for you over on my blog. Come and fetch it honey pie!

  7. Andy says:

    Hello Tameka.
    This is something I definitely need! I’m no good at grammar & my Assistant is constantly correcting me. I have to download this too.
    Good share.
    Thanks for following me in Linky. Can you see me smiling back at you too? (lol)

  8. Leah! Thanks so much for my award! I’m honored! 🙂

  9. Andy, this is a resource we ALL need! LOL! My brain knows the rules, but sometimes my fingers and brain don’t connect! Glad you found this as useful as I did. Yes, I can now see your handsome smiling face in my Linky dashboard! Yay!

  10. jim says:

    I think my grammar on my blog is better than it used to be.Lol!!
    Of course I have an advantage. My editor, Phyllis checks my blog before it’s to be published for grammatical errors. It is great being married to a 30-year educational professional. Lol.

  11. Jim, I never find any errors in your blog. Only beautiful photos! Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

  12. This is very helpful Tameka. I come back here every now and then to check my grammar. I still have a long way to go 😛 but I’m learning a lot esp. from you :*
    Thank you for sharing this.

  13. Melissa, this is a great resource that I find myself using quite a bit as well. I’m glad I stumbled across it and was glad to share it with others. Cheers! 🙂

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