Grammar Crammer: Revisiting the Nuts and Bolts of English (Writer’s Toolbox)

Do you ever wonder if you’re using your commas correctly? Do you know when to use a semicolon? Do you remember what a preposition is and what it is supposed to do in a sentence? How do you determine which is the dependent clause? Should you use “me” or “I”? If these and similar questions intrigue you (or if they worry you), join Stephanie Whetstone, Assistant Director of Princeton Writes, for a head-to-toe grammar brush up. This is the place to ask the grammar questions you have pondered for years. We’ll work hard to make the worst sentences we can; then we’ll find the best ways to correct them. This workshop will help you go confidently back to your page or screen.

March 9, 2017, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Room E08, Dillon Court East