Apparently one day in the not too recent past was set aside as Good Grammar Day or something along those lines. I'm sorry. I think it would take a lot longer than a day to revive good grammar. Our poor language is being ripped apart word by word by letter by letter constantly. Soon, I fear, we will be capable of nothing more than incoherent grunts which we will somehow call communication.
Here's my most recent grammatical horror.
A college professor said that to me in an email. Of course, if the welcome belongs to me then, my bad, she was correct. However, a quick personal inventory indicated that I currently own no welcomes.
What happened to either "you are" or "you're"?
And that's just one of the many grammatical miseries over which I feel so hopelessly sad.
I love our language.
I propose a national save the English language campaign.
Wanna join me?