Do you visibly cringe when someone mistreats the English language? Are you unafraid of showing your inner nerd to the world? If you answered yes to those questions and you also enjoy a clever pun or witty design, than this calendar is for you! Grammatical Art Wall Calendar was born out of a love of all things smart combined with just a dash of snark. Delight the punctuation patrol with twelve months of funny grammatical art that amuses and painlessly educates. Grammar nerds will L-O-V-E this Grammar Art calendar with its quirky and playful tutorials blended into twelve months of grammatical brush-ups. Use the lessons in Grammatical Art Wall Calendar throughout the year as reminders or new teachings. Or, as a grammar geek, teach others around you the proper use of “too, to, two,” and “they’re, there, their.” Each amusing calendar page is printed on FSC Certified paper, sourced in an environmentally-friendly, socially responsible and economically viable manner with durable cover pages.
- Save the English Language by using proper spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
- Stay organized all year with your favorite Wall Calendars, Mini-Wall Calendars and Planners.
- Perfect for moms planning for a family, students of all ages, and professionals in any field.
- Keep track of birthdays, anniversaries, doctor appointments, and every important event!
- Carefully curated images.
- High quality paper.
- Perfect for the wall of your kitchen or home office!
- Includes all major public and culturally significant holidays.
- Printed on FSC certified paper.
- Plenty of space for notes, important dates, contacts, and other events.
About Brush Dance>
Since 1989, Brush Dance has been creating mindful calendar products by combining the works of independent artists and photographs with the wise words of teachers, poets, and other writers. Brush Dance believes in embracing joy, inspiring hope, cultivating love, building intimacy, and celebrating life. In keeping with their commitment to mindful living, Brush Dance has dedicated their company to environmentally and socially responsible practices through printing both wall and mini calendars on FSC Certified paper and responding to worthy causes by donating supplies when possible.
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Interesting Facts about the English Language: “I am.” is the shortest complete sentence; The sentence “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog” is a pangram sentence. It contains every letter in the English alphabet; The most commonly used, shortest and oldest word is “I.”; Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious is NOT the longest word in the English language. Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is. (It’s a disease caused by inhaling ash and dust.); A new word is added to the dictionary every two hours. That’s 4,380 a year (4,392 in leap years).; The dictionary sometimes contains ‘ghost’ words that mean nothing. The word “dord” appeared for eight years in the mid-20th century and “kimes” has made an appearance as well.