What’s your grammar quotient, Ms Grundy?

When the reporter promises to keep a secret (“Don’t worry. That will be just between you and I”); when the industry leader paints a rosy picture (“The future of this technology is obvious although you and me may not be around to see it”); when HR sends a stern memo on expenses (“in the future, clearance for lunches over $100 must be obtained from Max or I”), it gets Stanley Bing all irritated.

Why?

If you really have to know, there may be a problem, Sriharikota.

Read here: When smart people have bad grammar

Hear, hear: Grammar girl’s quick and dirty tips for better writing

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