Remember Junior High English Class?
Everyone learns many of the grammatical basics, forever to be used correctly, but alas, over time, the details fade.
Before we know it, we’re confusing singular and plural possession, where to put the apostrophes, and we’re saying things like “We should have went to that movie” or “Come to the movie with Evan and I.”
Both are incorrect, and everyone needs a clear, concise, easily read grammar handbook to have on the desk at all times.
Below are five of the best to choose from. It really doesn’t matter which one you choose, but this is a necessary tool for anyone who considers themselves to be a writer.