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National Grammar Day is a relatively new holiday, observed in the United States on March 4. The holiday was officially designated in 2008 by Martha Brockenbrough, author of “Things That Make Us [Sic].” This special day could not come soon enough with the grammar police becoming increasingly frustrated with those who use they’re, their and there interchangeably without any rhyme or reason.

When is National Grammar Day?

Celebrated the same day every year. March 4th.

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How is National Grammar Day celebrated?

  • Use your social media accounts to tell your friends and followers about National Grammar Day and to promote good grammar in general.
  • Resist the urge to correct others. We know it’s hard but correcting others is just going to get people annoyed with you.
  • Be Patient. Not everyone cares about grammar like we do. Remember the covfefe debacle? (If not feel free to do a google search)
  • Check out funny errors, many of which went out in newsletters and emails.

National Grammar Day Facts:

  • Grammar day was created in 2008.
  • The holiday was created by Martha Brockenbrough, the founder of the Society for the Promotion of Grammar and the author of “Things that make us [Sic].”
  • A study made by Harvard Business Review and Forbes magazine showed that those professionals, who made fewer mistakes in their LinkedIn profiles, have higher positions.
  • In the world of dating, bad grammar turned out to be a big turn off.
  • Grammar mistakes can also affect the image and quality of a company.
  • Grammar is frequently used as an indicator of how smart (or not smart) an individual really is.

Popular Social Media Hashtags:

#grammar #grammarday #nationalgrammarday #covfefe

Celebrities who celebrate their birthday on March 4th :

  • Brooklyn Beckham – son of David Beckham
  • Nicole Guerriero
  • Patricia Heaton – Actress
  • Landon Donovan – Soccer Player
  • Josh Bowman – Actor
  • Chaz Bono – Cher’s son (formerly known as Chastity Bono)

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