Imagine you are the author of a popular book on English usage and working on the new edition of your book when a rent-a-car clerk tries to tell you you’ve violated a rule of English usage.
That’s exactly what happened to Bryan Garner, author of Garner’s Modern English Usage.
Read what happened here.
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