17 Gifts Only Grammar Nerds Will Appreciate

Is grammar something you love to hate? When used incorrectly it can really change the meaning of something. Are you the person who is forever correcting grammar, picking people up for their mistakes and generally being eagle-eyed for a mistake? If so – you’ll love these!
A shirt to help bystanders use there, their, and they're correctly.

2. A mug to broadcast what’s going on in your head whenever you hear someone talking.

A mug to broadcast what's going on in your head whenever you hear someone talking.

3. A cross-stitch pattern that’s a call to action.

A cross-stitch pattern that's a call to action.

4. A judgmental owl tee.

A judgmental owl tee.

5. A tote describing your #1 pet peeve.

A tote describing your #1 pet peeve.

6. A print for people who use commas properly.

A print for people who use commas properly.

7. A necklace for proud members of the grammar police force.

A necklace for proud members of the grammar police force.

8. A sweatshirt for someone with very specific turn-ons.

A sweatshirt for someone with very specific turn-ons.

9. A mug for people who miss the good old days.

A mug for people who miss the good old days.

 11. A tote featuring an adorable “grammarphone.”

A tote featuring an adorable "grammarphone."

12. A necklace with a small correction.

A necklace with a small correction.

13. A beautiful poster showcasing the parts of speech.

A beautiful poster showcasing the parts of speech.

 

15. A few cute commas in cross-stitch form.

16. A keychain for those who show apostrophes the respect they deserve.

A keychain for those who show apostrophes the respect they deserve.

17. And a truly motivational print.

And a truly motivational print.

Don’t be a grammar nerd on your own! Join the battalion of us on an English course at The Sheffield College and get involved with correcting those who can’t quite get their heads round it!
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