Star Wars Hangover

Sunday, February 21, 2016

I know all of you are still hung up with the recent release of another Star Wars installment and who wouldn't, right? Like most sci-fi series, such films or shows have a certain language that is unique to the whole franchise. The most notable one with Star Wars is how Yoda bend the rules of grammar but still makes sense. Admit it, among all the Star Wars characters, we tend to copy the great Jedi master the most. So here's a short lesson on how you'll #Yodify your grammar:
Yodify your Grammar Infographic

Be an expert in Yoda speak, thanks to Grammarly!

Love lots, xx

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