Who and Whom, I and Me: What Does Case Mean in Grammar?
Tuesday, January 12
6:30 to 7:30 p.m. CT
Most of us have puzzled over which of these two constructions is correct: between you and I or between you and me. And many of us have convinced ourselves that we’ll never figure out the difference between who and whom. But standard English grammar has a powerful tool called case that can determine which form is correct every time. This next Writing Smartly seminar will explain what grammatical case means and how to apply it to your revisions. Participants will receive a handout that summarizes the presentation, along with exercises and answers. You may enroll now through this registration link. Tuition is $25. Please note the new starting time: 6:30 p.m. CT.