'But here in the U.S., quotation marks always go outside of the punctuation at the end of a sentence. ?Like this.? Not ?Like this?'.
One pet peeve of mine is how the U.S. takes the English language and bastardises (Did you mean: bastardizes? NO!) it to its own ends. If you're going to use someone else's language, use it properly!
We had our native Gaelic language forced out of us through 800 years of British colonisation. Yet Ireland has produced many masters of English literature. We do have our colloquialisms, but committing language to text should demand respect for its intended form. But the U.S. makes its own grammar and spelling rules, for what reason?
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