Friday, March 20, 2015

Grammarly reviews Fifty Shades of Gray for errors

This week I'm featuring Grammarly, who have reviewed E. L. James' Fifty Shades of Grey for spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors.
The erotic novel, which topped bestseller lists around the world, was widely panned by critics for its poor use of language.

Hence, the Grammarly team decided to give its own opinion(s) of the book. They noted that that "although there were some mistakes -- the errors were in alignment with similar gaffes in celebrated romances."

"It seems that the language of love really is a language of its own!", they added.

If you've read Fifty Shades of Grey or are still deciding if you should read it, check out the infograph below with notes on the novel and similar errors found in many English books including The Tempest, Pride and Prejudice, The Notebook and many more.

Note: Content below is not my own but Grammarly's.


Grammarly: Fifty Shades of Grammar

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