A Grammar Cheat Sheet: 10 Quick Tips for Better Writing

Is it its or it’s, there or their? Improper grammar can be a post killer. Check out this handy grammar cheat sheet from Grammar.net.

The ten quick tips included in this infographic could be the difference between a  professional post and a poorly executed one.

Happy posting! 


  1. LOVE this!

  2. Thanks snap!

  3. Grammar is definitely a downfall of mine. I loved this. I also needed it. Thank you.

    • snapadmin says:

      You’re not the only one who struggles with this sometimes…LOL

      Hope you’re having a great summer!

  4. Great tips to share. I know blogging can be very casual, and I find it discouraging when writers and bloggers don’t take the time to proofread their work. Typos are everywhere, just try to lessen the amount. I just finished reading “The Book on Writing” by Paula LaRocque – super reference book!

    • snapadmin says:

      Julie, Thank for stopping by SNAP! And leaving a quick comment. Everyone can use a little grammar reminder now and then!

      Hope you’ll stop by again soon!

  5. Dj in Phx says:

    Fabulous! Thanks for the -able/-ible tip. I swear, if somebody had taught these things to me, I would be a much better speller.


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