Calling All Grammar Snobs

Jason English

As a small percentage of you know, we have a weekly newsletter. Wednesday's issue will (belatedly) celebrate National Grammar Day, a holiday created by the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar, or SPOGG. And if good grammar is important to you, I need your help.

I'm looking for grammar snobs not too high-and-mighty to realize there's room for improvement. Let's come together to make personal National Grammar Day resolutions. Whether your semicolon use is sloppy, you mix up 'effect' and 'affect,' or you're too beholden to archaic grammar edicts (Don't you dare split that infinitive!), let's come together to better ourselves and our language. Leave your resolution in the comments, and we'll share our favorites in Wednesday's newsletter.

Happy National Grammar Day!

Update: And if you want to follow the trend and leave your grammar resolution in haiku form, that'd be fantastic.