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Big Dog’s Grammar: A Bare Bones Guide to English

If you want a good laugh, see what dangling modifiers can do to obfuscate your meaning.
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It’s National Grammar Day, a day to celebrate the framework of language. You might already be an expert at subjects, verbs, and subject-verb agreement, but you can brush up on that bugaboo, the comma splice. If you want a good laugh, see what dangling modifiers can do to obfuscate your meaning. Take self-tests along the way to check your progress in becoming a master of writing what you mean.

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