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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Workworking: Z is for ...

 ... zhh roundup of other great places to learn about zhh grammar.

Grammar Girl-The Queen on of this month's A to Z.
Chomp Chomp-interactive learning, lots of pictures, fun, quizzes, and even a YouTube channel
Purdue Owl-dry, but loaded with information and examples
Humorous Grammar Rules-for a good laugh. ex. Parenthetical remarks (however relevant) are (usually) unnecessary. & One-word sentences? Eliminate. & Verbs HAS to agree with their subjects.
Margo Kelly-I found her through the A to Z challenge. She did grammar as well:)

Z is also for a zelebration... 

Congrats to all who finished the challenge and to all that attempted it. What a ride April has been. I've met new friends, spent way too much time blogging, and wished I had even more time to visit all the blogs in the challenge. Thanks to all the commenters who kept me writing. I <3<3<3 the writing community.

What's your favorite grammar site? Let me know in the comments and I'll add it to the list.


  1. Great Z post.
    Congrats on completing the A to Z Challenge.

    A to Z Ambassador:

  2. Some great post with this, enjoyed reading them.

  3. Congrats on finishing the challenge. I enjoyed reading your posts!

  4. I think yours was the best! Short, to the point, and had the perfect amount of LOL. Thanks for helping us all out!

  5. Mine is Grammar Girl, which you have already. I almost already can find an answer there.

    Sometimes I feel a little goofy cause it's fun to visit grammar sites. Pathetic, huh? :)

  6. You did it! You made it to Z. Congrats! And thanks for all the great tips this month.

  7. I know some of these grammar sites, love Grammar Girl, but some good new ones.

    Great job with this all month! You rocked it out!