Tag: February Phraseology Fix
“The groundhog’s prediction lead to a long winter.”
Can this sentence possibly be grammatically correct?
Let’s face it: we all can be lazy, at times. We might toss our coat on the back of a chair instead of hanging it in the closet, leave the dishes in the sink overnight, or know it’s time to do laundry only when there are no more clean socks. Regrettably, sometimes even the best of us are lazy with our language. February, between … Read More February Phraseology Fix