Everyone knows it is wrong to begin a sentence with a conjunction such as “and”. And a sentence cannot be grammatically correct without a verb. Ever.
There is probably not a person alive who does not have some bee in his bonnet about the way other people speak and write. But where do such laws come from? (via theeconomist)
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