Grammar Girl explains why two weeks’ notice is correct. Also in today’s News Roundup: new stamps for Acrobat users, a usage lesson from NYT, and the stories behind hood and starved.
If you’ve ever wondered why two weeks’ notice makes use of the apostrophe, check out Grammar Girl’s “Possessives.” (Grammar Girl)
More great articles
- “Additional Stamps: Em Dashes”: If you use stamps with Acrobat for editing, check out these new stamps from Louise Harnby. (The Proofreader’s Parlour)
- “Trouble With As and Than”: As likely as or as likely than? (After Deadline)
- “Hoodies, Hoods, and ’Hoods”: (Throw Grammar from the Train)
- “Starved with Cold”: A lesser-known meaning of starved. (Macmillan Dictionary Blog)