The Ten “Commandments” of Writing Metric Symbols in English Grammar

Caveat: The purpose of this series is neither to proclaim myself as a grammarian nor to despise people who are still unfamiliar with common grammar mistakes. It is to serve as a reminder that there are rules in English that refute those mistakes. I am well aware that I still have a lot to learn in English and I will…

Stock Phrase, Mail, And Emails

Caveat: The purpose of this series is neither to proclaim myself as a grammarian nor to despise people who are still unfamiliar with common grammar mistakes. It is to serve as a reminder that there are rules in English that refute those mistakes. I am well aware that I still have a lot to learn in English and I will…

Tagalog Prefixes Interfused With English Verbs

I had always postulated that Taglish words like nakaka-inspired/na-inspired (e.g., Nakaka-inspired talaga ang speech ni Pinoy kahapon.) and nag-matured (e.g., Kung kelan siya nag-matured saka naging immature.) are grammatically incorrect as far as Taglish grammar is concerned. The gawky sound of “d” when the subject words are pronounced is the miscreant. After digging the composite structures of Taglish verbs for centuries,…

The Seven Lethal Grammatic Sins in the Office

Caveat: The purpose of this series is neither to proclaim myself as a grammarian nor to despise people who are still unfamiliar with common grammar mistakes. It is to serve as a reminder that there are rules in English that refute those mistakes. I am well aware that I still have a lot to learn in English and I will…