Dangling modifiers sound wonderfully off-color. Say it out loud. “Dangling modifiers.” Did you giggle? I did! It’s easy to laugh and move on without really understanding what this grammatical peril is, but you do so at your own, well, peril. Put simply, a dangling modifier is a word or phrase that describes something in a sentence, but it’s not clear what that something is. For instance, “The monster loves to eat people on trains” could mean a few very different things about
I am soooo into grammar. Or am I in to grammar? I'm pretty sure I'm into it. But then again maybe I'm in to it. Oh, no! I've said it so many times I've reached semantic satiation. Banana, banana, banana, banana. OK, phew, I shook it off for a new one.
So, what is the difference between "into" and "in to"? Should that question mark have been inside or outside the quotation mark? Were quotation marks the way to go!? It's easy to go down the rabbit hole when it comes to gramma