Good Grammar

Good grammar never ends…

Use among when you say friends.

Say between when there are two.

Don’t say me and you.

Make a list, you’re at the end.

Unthaw  means frozen,  friend.

Ain’t  is not a word.

You don’t want to be absurd.

Less is an amount.

Use fewer when you count.

You are much too smart

To let speech fall apart.

There are rules in every game.

Good grammar needs the same.

2 thoughts on “Good Grammar

  1. Helen Dawson 10/13/2011 / 7:15 am

    This is certainly a very good one. More and more these days, people have blown past too many common rules, language included.

    • sillyfrogsusan 10/13/2011 / 9:07 am

      Thanks Helen…sometimes a poem helps us to remember rules. I hear TV personalities using poor grammar more and more often!

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