Into or in to? It’s a common question, but luckily this is one grammar issue that’s easily clarified. Into is a preposition which typically specifies some sort of motion, movement, or direction. I placed my books into my bag. A writer, an editor, and an agent walked... read more
In the winter of 2014, Field Notes released the Ambition edition. Within that three-pack of pocket-size memobooks was a beautiful, simple, and useful 56-week datebook. The edition quickly sold out and now that almost a year has passed, many have began looking for... read more
One of the most argued topics of grammar is the use of the serial, or Oxford, comma. When to use it: sometimes, always, or never? I’m in the sometimes, leaning towards always, group. While it’s not always necessary to have a comma before the final conjunction (often... read more
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