True or false? Your written grammar doesn’t have to be particularly good, since what matters most is the imaginative or factual content of your work.
Author: Lucy Day Werts
Pinker says: Respect your tools and break the rules. And much else besides!
The 1950s content, paper, fonts, and typesetting make for a kind of armchair time-traveling experience.
Welcome to the new home of whichever past and future posts of mine are about writing.
I’ve noticed that Carousellers use words for furniture in surprising ways.
On classified ad sites like Carousell, language assumptions that pass unnoticed in speech are made visible.
It’s worth knowing which roles those different words are supposed to play in a sentence.
“The voice came from an oblong metal plaque like a dulled mirror which formed part of the surface of the right-hand wall.” —Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four