The End Of Grammar As We Know It
The End Of Grammar
“Is is” is making a comeback of sorts, and Warren Clements of the Globe and Mail is careful to document its use in a recent article (link below).
Grammar! What it is is the bane of the writer’s (and the talker’s) existence.
The thing is, we don’t care.
Might as well lose the spelling while we’re at it.
And dump context, relevance, all initial capitals, and punctuation, and use parts of speech interchangeably (as in verb the nouns and noun the verbs).