If you don’t know by now, my purpose is to make you pop on paper and shine online. Part of that is making sure we always use good grammar. I’m in that small percentage of people who will opt out of liking or sharing a post if it has blatant grammatical errors. I’m pretty good but I don’t always get it right and sometimes I have to look things up.

That brings me to today’s post. I was typing in Word and saw the dreaded squiggly red underline that indicates I spelled something wrong. So I Googled it and once I corrected myself (and I was way off), I decided to share it with you here.

Grammar Girl gives a great synopsis of how to use a phrase that is often spoken but just as often misspelled. And now without further ado, click here  or on the image below to read the quick and dirty tip.

You can get loads of awesome grammar tips from Grammar Girl, Mignon Fogarty, in her book, The Grammar Devotional.

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