Sunday, March 4, 2012
I studied grammar in university. At first, terrified, I eyed that professor like he knew the weakest part of me. Soon though I was loving that class. Why? He taught us the basics, then he went deeper and in the depth of those lessons he dispelled our fear, our intimidation. He made it one big syntax sandbox.
Shakespeare knew language should be playful. Seuss knew that too.
So instead of correcting someone's grammar today, "march forth" and boldly split an infinitive.