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Are You Worried About Your Social Media Grammar?

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It seems that with texting and tweeting, nobody is paying attention to spelling or grammar anymore, and that’s just fine with many of us. It’s not ok with one high school Enlish teacher, according to msn.com. He has created an app that ‘creates grammar quizzes for students and keeps track of their progress online’. It’s a free app called NoRedInk

I looked back at a day’s worth of my own texts and found 26 grammar or spelling errors! Yep,26! In my defense, that counts typos. Somehow saying that makes me feel better.  If you’re a grammar lover and I’ve made a mistake in this post, feel free to correct it in the ‘comments’ section. U… I mean you won’t hurt my feelings!

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