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6 Embarrassing Grammatical Mistakes Smart People Are Making Publicly

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I receive a daily digest in my email which calls out some of the most shared stories on the internet. Number seven on the list the other day–with hundreds of comments and thousands of shares and likes–was a story posted at The Atlantic, a reputable and well-read national media outlet. 492 more words

Money Matters

Hashtag Exclamation Point

My son loves using exclamation points. Sorry, let me say that again. My son LOVES using exclamation points! I’ve tried explaining that it’s improper grammar to use exclamation points at the end of every sentence, but to no avail. 411 more words


Exclamation Mark !

The exclamation mark (!) is a type of a punctuation mark in English. It is usually used at the end of a sentence with no extra period. 31 more words


Punctuating the Christian Life

Christians, out of all the punctuation in the English language, which is the most exciting?  The exclamation point!  That’s right, and one thing that we look forward to in our lives is EXCITEMENT.   587 more words

Intimacy With God

Hear Hear

So you know how, when you want to express enthusiasm or agreement with something someone else has said and you yell out “hear, hear!”?

Hmm. Or do you yell out “here, here!”? 407 more words


Exclamation[!], affirmation[.] or interrogation[?] as personalities and their power-game in conversation

I put a categorisation of personalities in conversation and this categorisation comes with three subgroups: exclamation, affirmation and interrogation. It is a linguistic analysis of daily conversation that reflects personalities on the table. 831 more words

Take a shot every time I use an exclamation mark!

Mainly because it means I don’t have to write anything new, and partly because I think it will entertain you, here is (probably) the best thing I’ve ever written – I showed it to my teacher and got a star sticker put on it, if you need proof of the standard. 150 more words