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Ever gotten called out for the difference between you’re and your? We’ve all been there–and we don’t ever want to go back. These insightful and interesting grammar articles will turn you into a word whiz quicker than you can blame autocorrect for your grammar faux pas.

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13 Glaring Grammar Mistakes in the U.S. Constitution

The Constitution may have earned an "A" in civics, but in terms of grammar, it's well below the (Liberty) bell-shaped curve.

This Is Why the U.S. Constitution Uses F’s for S’s

Don't worry—our Founding Fathers did know how to spell.

Why Do Americans Say “Zee” but the British Say “Zed”?

Here's the history of how we say the letter "Z," and why.

Where Does the Term “Whistleblower” Come from, Anyway?

There's lots of noise and confusion in the world of government and politics today. Here's one less thing you need...