Even as somewhat of a writing snob myself, I found myself snickering at this list.
Kindra J. F.

I mostly agree. Afull-stop ends a sentence — if the sentence has a quote in it, but isn’t the whole sentence, then the full-stop comes after the quotation marks to show that the sentence including the quote has ended.

  • I don’t agree with this article because the points “fly in the face of logic”.
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