Grammar

1 day ago
Two grammar schools in Gloucester blame a 'technical error' for some pupils being told they had passed.
www.bbc.co.uk
2 days ago
Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini has doubled support for his far-right party in just seven months by cultivating a savvy social media presence that any politician would envy - including his inspiration, Donald Trump.
www.reuters.com
1 week ago
The quiet consumption of news can sustain a polarized political environment Kyle Jensen, University of North Texas and Jack Selzer, Pennsylvania State UniversitySince his inauguration, President Donald Trump has been waging war against the American press by dismissing unfavorable reports as “fake news” and calling the media “the enemy of the American people.”As a countermeasure, The Washington Post has publicly fact-checked every claim that Trump has labeled as fake. In August, The Boston Globe coordinated editorials from newspapers across the nation to push back against Trump’s attacks on the press. The Associated Press characterized this effort as the declaration of a “war of words” against Trump.News organizations might frame themselves as the besieged party in this “war.” But what if they’re as much to blame as the president in this back-and-forth? And what if readers are to blame as well?In an unpublished manuscript titled “The War of Words,” the late...
www.alternet.org
3 weeks ago
Kelly Ripa defended herself on Instagram after a social media user commented that she was too old for her husband, Mark Consuelos. Ripa responded to the user by calling out the troll’s lack of proper grammar.
nypost.com
3 weeks ago
Kelly Ripa defended herself on Instagram after a social media user commented that she was too old for her husband, Mark Consuelos. Ripa responded to the user by calling out the troll’s lack of proper grammar.
nypost.com
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