Do incorrectly placed apostrophes drive you to distraction? Do you wish severe penalties could be imposed on people who use quotation marks for emphasis? Then this video is for you.
The illustration, of my own well-used copy of Fowler, offers a clue about my feelings. I’m even in the dwindling minority who refuse to stick an e on the end of chaperon and firmly believe that the whole comprises the parts.
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