Sample social media storyboard
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Grammar Diva, here. I'd like to talk to you about one of the most disturbing issues facing social media today...
I'm glad you asked, Tes. I'm talking about all the bad grammar that is overtaking social media.
Ruh roh...er, I mean, Uh oh is right. There are 2.3 billion active social media users in the world with an average of 5.54 social media accounts - so that's a lot of opportunity for to, two, too many grammatical errors.
There are several ways for social media users to get help. First, they can pay attention in their English class!
Ms. White is awesome! And she brings me treats.
Yes, Tes, I agree. The next thing people can do is reference things like the Grammar Girl Youtube channel or website; or check out a a site like Grammarly.com to get help.
For more information about how you can avoid grammar issues on social media go to www.grammardiva.com.
My last suggestion is to be sure to proofread everything before you post it. This is a good way to not only check your grammar, but to make sure you have not said something you are going to regret.
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