Grammar Police.

Apart from pre-installed spellcheck in my blog programme, I have another human keeping a careful watch over my blog posts. She has an MA in English Literature and was also a popular lecturer in two famous colleges for ladies in Mumbai.

The latest policing that she did was when she saw my post “There Is A Rough Sense Of Justice In The World” she caught a typo. Instead of Sense, I had typed Sence and quite how the spellcheck missed that I do not know.

She sent a message to me before anyone else could read that and I was able to correct and update my post.

Thank you dear Grammar Police Woman.

(Psst, she is none other than my one and only sister Padmini who has stopped blogging for some inexplicable reason.)

19 thoughts on “Grammar Police.”

  1. It’s clear that you give due respect to the ladies in your life!does Padmini also receive a proof reader’s fee?

    1. Kylie, I don’t give due respect to the ladies in my life. The whole lot of them control my life. Proof Reader’s fee? She can take what she wants from me without ever having to ask for it and without having to say thanks.

  2. I would watch her do a vlog on cooking! even if I never made it myself.
    I loved it when she was doing those.
    please pass this message along to Dame Quixote.

  3. As a rule, I’m not too bothered by people’s misspellings, typos, bad grammar etc, as long I can understand what they’re saying. But I do get irritated by the endless misuse of the apostrophe. Is the correct usage really so hard to grasp? It seem’s so….

  4. How lucky you are to have a grammar policewoman — an unfair advantage for correctness over those of us on our own. Also, an “out” — now whenever we err here, we can simply say, “…but we don’t have a double-checker!” 🙂

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