Grammar News from The New York Times

Did you know The New York Times has a “grammar news” section?! I didn’t! To get timely updates on this section of the website, click the RSS feed button halfway down the page.


I’m always looking for ways to improve my writing skills. Personally, I find that reading is the number one way to improve spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Reading is my passion, and I always find new books and stories that are both engaging and fascinating.

I also love reading online posts about writing and editing. These vary from Grammar Girl posts to Lifehacker grammar blogs to everything in between.

Twitter is also a great way to keep up with writing and editing. For example, @OxfordWords shares interesting facts about words, as well as words that have been recently added to the Oxford Dictionary.

I’m always looking for new blogs and Twitter feeds related to writing, editing, and the English language in general. Have any suggestions? Send them my way!

The difference between e.g. and i.e.

When should you use e.g.? Wen should you use i.e.? This comic from The Oatmeal can help!