Best Grammar Quotes

Best Grammar Quotes

We have listed few best Grammar quotes it is one of the best ever collection on the internet of top Grammar quotes which we’ve collected from some top internet sources and collect them here for you.

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Few Powerful & Best Grammar Quotes

"No iron can pierce the heart with such force as a period put just at the right place."
by Isaac Babel

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"Spel chekers, hoo neeeds em?"
by Alan James Bean

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"From now on, ending a sentence with a preposition is something up with which I will not put."
by Sir Winston Churchill

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"Grammar is a piano I play by ear. All I know about grammar is its power."
by Joan Didion

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"You can be a little ungrammatical if you come from the right part of the country."
by Robert Frost

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Quotes are very powerful and, on the surface, they are just a bunch of some wonderful words but when you ponder and think carefully over them, they reveal some powerful ideas to solve your problems.

In simple words we can say that everyone loves quotes just because how relatable they can be with your real life and that’s all what it matters about a good quote.

A Good Quote must be simplistic and easy to understand and remember, and they also must be relatable with what is in our heart. In addition to this I also think that quotes are very helpful and they help you to focus on your work at a particular time and there are also some more good quotes which give you an ability to think more effectively and bring some wonderful ideas from your mind.

Unfortunately, we always try to do something grateful every time in our life and fail, which will lead to discouragements for us. Every time we try do something like our school projects, our office project and college stuffs and at the end we fail, we start to feel discourage.  Maybe you are trying to get a good job and going for the interviews from a month or more and not getting good job. Maybe you are trying to lose your weight and not getting into shape.

After all these problems some good bunch of words which we say a good quote can motivate you and bring some happiness into your life. A good quote can also motivate you to do your work more efficiently and be focused all the time.

So here I have a good bunch of all those words which we have collected from some top internet sources. Here is our best ever collection of Grammar quotes which we could find. Some will make you think and uplift your, but the most important thing is some of my Grammar quotes will inspire you to live a wonderful life.

We’ve shuffle the quotes by author name, there are few unknown author’s Grammar quotes as well. Hope you fill find these inspiring as they meant to be.

Best Grammar Quotes by Various Authors

"My attitude toward punctuation is that it ought to be as conventional as possible. The game of golf would lose a good deal if croquet mallets and billiard cues were allowed on the putting green. You ought to be able to show that you can do it a good deal better than anyone else with the regular tools before you have a license to bring in your own improvements."
by Ernest Hemingway

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"Grammar is the grave of letters."
by Elbert Hubbard

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"Grammar, which can govern even Kings."
by Moli

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"The writer who neglects punctuation, or mispunctuates, is liable to be misunderstood for the want of merely a comma, it often occurs that an axiom appears a paradox, or that a sarcasm is converted into a sermonoid."
by Edgar Allan Poe

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"Your column is a pack of damn lies, a reader wrote to William Safire about a political piece he did in the New York Times.Brushing aside the stern criticism, Safire immediately debated whether it should be damn, the way it sounds, or damned, as the past participle of the verb, to damn. The ed on some words is simply slipping away, he points out. We're seeing more barbecue chicken, whip cream and corn beef. His conclusion: Ears are sloppy and eyes are precise; accordingly, speech can be loose but writing should be tight."
by Unknown Author

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"I never made a mistake in grammar but one in my life and as soon as I done it I seen it."
by Carl Sandburg

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"Sometimes you get a glimpse of a semicolon coming, a few lines farther on, and it is like climbing a steep path through woods and seeing a wooden bench just at a bend in the road ahead, a place where you can expect to sit for a moment, catching your breath."
by Lewis Thomas

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"When I hear the hypercritical quarreling about grammar and style, the position of the particles, etc., etc., stretching or contracting every speaker to certain rules of theirs. I see that they forget that the first requisite and rule is that expression shall be vital and natural, as much as the voice of a brute or an interjection: first of all, mother tongue; and last of all, artificial or father tongue. Essentially your truest poetic sentence is as free and lawless as a lamb's bleat."
by Henry David Thoreau

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"From one casual of mine he picked this sentence. 'After dinner, the men moved into the living room'. I explained to the professor that this was Ross's way of giving the men time to push back their chairs and stand up. There must, as we know, be a comma after every move, made by men, on this earth."
by James Thurber

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"Damn the subjunctive. It brings all our writers to shame."
by Mark Twain

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"Cut out all these exclamation points. An exclamation point is like laughing at your own joke."
by Source Unknown

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"Commas in The New Yorker fall with the precision of knives in a circus act, outlining the victim."
by E.B. (Elwyn Brooks) White

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"Like everything metaphysical the harmony between thought and reality is to be found in the grammar of the language."
by Ludwig Wittgenstein

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