#reallyrealgrammar Is a Hit on Twitter

Over the past few weeks, language experts may have spotted the hashtag #reallyrealgrammar on Twitter. The hashtag was introduced by our Bachelor of Secondary Education, in the English course. The intention is to draw attention to (bad) grammar in the streets.

The hashtag #reallyrealgrammar was created during our final-year English students' study visit to Oxford. They were asked to pay attention to grammar in the wild: they had to keep an eye out for examples that confirm or, conversely, contradict schoolbook grammar. 

The students lustily tweeted some excellent examples. By explaining why a certain sentence in the photo was right or wrong, they could work on their teaching skills as #teachersofthefuture. The hashtag was also picked up by TeachingEnglish (the British Council) and liked by Onderwijs Vlaanderen (Education in Flanders). Nice work!

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