Grammar Police on Patrol: Transit Division


You’re in a comma splice, right now.



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4 responses to “Grammar Police on Patrol: Transit Division

  1. I think I am just tired enough to find this hilarious. :) Thanks for making me giggle like a little girl in front of my coworkers, right now.

  2. I’m going to be a grammar nazi for a second. A comma splice joins two independent clauses to create a run-on sentence. Since “right now” isn’t an independent clause, that’s not a comma splice situation. It’s just a wrong, unnecessary comma.

  3. Dammit, you’re right. And you know what? It’s technically not even grammar.

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