Resource: The Grammarist Good all-around reference (or is it all-round?)

If you Google a language question like “all-round or all-around” you’ll find The Grammarist near the top of your search results.

The Grammarist answers those little questions some reviewers like to debate ad nauseum. Is it Siemens’ or Siemens’s technology? Is “close proximity” redundant? The web site also has a long list of easily confused words, and a handy reference to words whose modern usages are in transition.

I recommend bookmarking The Grammarist as a good all-around reference (or is it all-round?).

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Denis teaches marketing writing for non-writers. He co-founded P5 Group in 1998.
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