Grammatical Ties

A noun's the name of anything,
as school or garden, hoop or swing.

Adjectives describe, identify,
and quantify both thing and quality. 

Verbs tell of actions done,
like sing, write, jump, or run. 

How things are done the adverb says,
as slowly, quickly, badly, or well.

Conjunctions join words together,
as men and women, dust and feather. 

Interjections show surprise,
and have no grammatical ties!
Use Good Grammar to Be Heard and Seen

There once was a time when good grammar
aint nothin' but a dream.

But now we all know that it matters
If you want to be heard and seen.

So use your commas and your periods,
and pay attention to detail.
Then people will know you're smart and savvy
and your writing will never fail.

Remember to use apostrophes
when you're making possessives,
and keep an eye out for homophones
like "they're", "their", and "there".

Don't forget about your adjectives:
they can make your writing more alive.
And don't be afraid to use a thesaurus
to help the words you need to arrive.

Vary your sentence structure,
and pay attention to your voice.
Then your writing will be interesting
and people will want to read more and more.

So if you want to be a good writer,
just follow these simple rules.
And before you know it, you'll be writing great,
just like all the other fools 🙃
Always in Style

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet,
But I think grammar’s great, it really helps you speak.

It keeps your language in check, so you won’t sound silly.

It might be confusing and hard to understand,
but once you get the hang of it, it’s really not that bad.

So don’t be discouraged, and give grammar a try!
I promise you’ll see, that it can be really fun.

There’s nothing like a well-placed comma, to make your point clear.
When you use proper grammar, you have nothing to fear.

So whether you’re writing a paper or just chatting with friends by the isle,
Please remember: good grammar is always in style!