Happy National Grammar Day!

Ah, the geekiest of holidays has arrived. It’s a time to remember that grammatically correct sentences do not just write themselves.

If, however, you aren’t quite able to discern when to use “these” and when to use “those,” or when an “all” needs an “of,” or why “no longer” really belongs after the “is,” never fear — I am here.

Lest you think I’ve imagined this holiday, here’s the Web site for National Grammar Day, brought to you by the Society for the Promotion of Good Grammar.

Personally, though, I’m privy to National Punctuation Day — only 204 more days to go!