With T-day in our rear-view mirror, we’re well into the holiday season.
Are you sending out cards? What kind do you send? Do you attach a newsletter to your cards? How do you feel about receiving newsletters with cards?
If you do send out cards, here’s some grammar help:
Are Your Holiday Cards Grammatically Correct?
Do you have travel plans for the holiday? Kids coming home from college? Do you have any travel planning tips to share? Ever tried Google flights?
Making travel planning less stressful this holiday season
Do you have any gift ideas to share? What items seem to be this year’s “it” gifts?
by Honolulu Mother
Ha, sorry, creeping Buzzfeeditis strikes again.
I am of course referring to the recent story about how there’s a fairly complex order in which adjectives modifying a noun must be listed, that native speakers use without realizing that they even know it because it just sounds wrong otherwise. Here’s the BBC article on it.
Why the green great dragon can’t exist
Do you think that order is correct? Can you think of other grammatical rules that we don’t know we know?
(And speaking of clickbait, did you see the professor who played with a #clickbaitsyllabus on Twitter recently?
You won’t believe how this college prof clickbaited students. Or what happened next.