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Karrot gets Grammatical

By 26th August 2015February 21st, 2018No Comments

Reckon you’ve got all that good grammar, yeah?

For the past little while we’ve been working with the good folks at TED Ed to fully design and animate a series of Grammar-based videos. We created two distinct designs for the project, and made good re-use of those styles to combine and influence the subsequent videos. The topics covered were about when and where to use the semicolon; how to use an apostrophe; the lexical ambiguity that are one-word sentences; how to use a modifier, and lastly, the conundrum that is Me, Myself, and I.

So throw that thinking cap on and have a watch below! Go on!

How to use a semicolon:

When to use apostrophes:

Buffalo buffalo buffalo: One-word sentences and how they work:

When to use “me”, “myself” and “I”:

How misused modifiers can hurt your writing:

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