Overruled: What language experts don't care about →
Yes, there are plenty of grammar “rules” that your grade-school teachers may have taught you, but that you can ignore because language changes over time. (And also because following said rules to the letter may make you sound absolutely ridiculous. Trust your ears, folks.) Here’s an example: In your own usage, how should you decide whether it’s a rule you should follow? Well,...
RT @citrixbuckeye: Sportswriters compose useless dribble anymore. Especially...– Twitter of Peter King, senior NFL writer at Sports Illustrated [King’s reply is after the ellipsis]