Rebel grammarian breaks all the rules
I was reading an article about language (because that’s how square I am) and there was a comment by a teacher that touched on one of my pet peeves (regarding education, not language).
The article was by a grammarian who is tasked with debunking language myths – old rules like you can’t end a sentence with a preposition and you can’t split an infinitive. Most of us don’t even know what an infinitive is, hence the continual splitting of them.
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