Grammar Girl has the answers to your AP style questions

Join bestselling author Mignon Fogarty from your desk for this can’t-miss webinar.

With so many new changes, even a seasoned pro can struggle to keep up with AP style rules.

Should you capitalize the first letter in “iPhone” when the brand name starts a sentence?

Is a cat stuck in a tree an “it” or a “she”?

When exactly should you use a serial comma?

These are the burning questions that New York Times bestselling author Mignon Fogarty, aka Grammar Girl, will answer during the Grammar Girl’s Guide to AP Style Webinar.

Join her from your desk on Feb. 28, 2019 from 1–2:30 p.m. Central time and learn:

  • Tricky apostrophe rules, such as whether it should be “Jones’ slippers” or “Jones’s slippers
  • New guidance on words that can be offensive, such as “Eskimo” or “afflicted”
  • The correct names for seasons and when to capitalize them
  • When to use a comma after an introductory clause
  • And more

Learn the AP style rules and updates all writers should know, and interact with Grammar Girl herself without leaving your office.

Register here to save $30.


One Response to “Grammar Girl has the answers to your AP style questions”

    Toni Lapp says:

    Alliteration be damned. Shouldn’t you be Grammar Woman, not Grammar Girl? Wouldn’t AP frown upon calling a female over the age of 18 a girl? (Assuming you’re of the age of majority.) Daily Headlines

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