Grammer Cop is a member of the Modern Language Association!
Grammer Cop first appeared in 1992 at the Pennsylvania State University. His popular columns were featured in what was then the only independent newspaper on campus.
G.C. has been fighting grammar crime in all its forms for more than a decade, and yes, we know.
The MLA handbook (left) is essential to students writing papers, and The Elements of Style (right) are inexpensive references for day to day use…
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Enter the Grammar Blog, for questions and answers from reader over the years…
Grammer Cop will try to answer all of your grammar questions and might choose your letter for publication in the blog. By submitting a question, you consent to having it published. You may choose to remain anonymous, of course.
Grammer Cop particularly enjoys settling office bets, family squabbles and helping to set new standards when the existing standards of grammar just don’t cut it.