QT Grammar R Us Seminar on the English Language


Ronald Bruce Meyer, a Baltimore reader, writes:
“So is tomorrow April Fools Day or April Fool’s Day or April Fools’ Day?”
April Fools’ Day, although the British dictionaries prefer April Fool’s Day.
And none as good All Fools’ Day.
But that was November 8.
And is it time for QT’s quadrennial reminder that it is one candelabrum–and two, three, four or more candelabra?

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