Wikipedia:Userboxes/Grammar

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General prescriptive vs. descriptive[edit]

Code Result
 {{User:Dude1818/Userboxes/grammar}}
This user knows that because English is a living language, grammar and syntax are not fixed.
Transclusions
 {{User:Mgcsinc/userboxes/linguistic change}}
a lot alot This user recognizes that linguistic change is a natural and desirable aspect of human language.
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 {{User:Unimaginative Username/Userboxes/Majority error}}
Majority ≠ right This user recognizes that even if 300,000,000 people make the same mistake, it's still a mistake.
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 {{User:UBX/Userboxes/ad populum}}
majority

ad populum fallacy
Although this user acknowledges the logical falacy ad populum, (s)he does not think that it applies to human language, and recognises that the majority determines grammatical "right" and "wrong".
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 {{User:UBX/userboxes/majority change}}
Majority Usage
=
Correct Grammar
This user recognizes that if most people make the same grammatical "mistake", it ceases to be a mistake and becomes proper grammar, for grammar has no immutable or moral "right" or "wrong" and "correct grammar" is determined by majority usage.
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 {{User:Mgcsinc/Userboxes/Majority is right}}
Speakers Know Best This user recognizes that grammar comes from humans, not from the heavens. Trust native speakers.
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Specific disputes[edit]

Pronouns[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User English T-V:Yes}}
Thou/Ye This user wants to resurrect the T–V distinction in English.
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 {{User:CanonLawJunkie/Userboxes/Majestic Plural}}
We This user refers to themselves in the majestic plural.
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Singular 'they'[edit]

Code Result
 {{User:UBX/singular they:Iffy}}
they This user considers singular they standard, modern, informal English usage, so avoids it on Wikipedia.
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 {{Template:User singular they:Yes}}
they This user considers singular they standard English usage.
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 {{Template:User singular they:Gender}}
they This user frequently uses singular they as it is a handy gender-neutral pronoun.
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 {{Template:User singular they:No}}
they
he or she
This user considers the singular they to be substandard English usage.
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 {{User:Jeffro77/userboxes/Singular they:LessEvil}}
they This user considers his or her use of singular they non-standard, but less evil than his or her use of wordy references to him or her.
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 {{Template:User singular they}}
they? This user has no opinion about singular they.
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Gender neutrality[edit]

Code Result
 {{User:OrangeDog/Userboxes/Spivak}}
Ey
Em
Eir
This user prefers to use Spivak pronouns in eir edits.
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 {{User:OrangeDog/Userboxes/Spivak 2}}
Ey
Em
Eir
While this user doesn't use Spivak pronouns in eir edits, ey do so outside Wikipedia.
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 {{User:UBX/avoid gender}}
person,
humanity
This editor writes carefully to avoid gender neutrality issues completely.
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 {{Template:User genderneutral}}
mankind This user supports the use of gender-neutral language.
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 {{User:Stagyar Zil Doggo/Userboxes/gender neutrality}}
neutrality This user could not care less about the use of gender-neutral language.
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 {{User:Nosleep/User genderneutralflex}}
firemanfighter
mankind
This user supports the use of gender-neutral language when it reasonably exists as an alternative to a common gendered word.
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 {{User:Cedlaod/Userboxes/User parallelusage}}
(s)he This user supports parallel usage.
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 {{Template:User -genderneutral}}
man-
kind
Regarding gender, this user will use the vernacular, not what is politically correct.
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 {{User:The Homosexualist/U/On preserving archaicisms}}
human-
kind
Regarding gender, neutrality is vernacular. Patriarchy is archaic.
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 {{User:Wilhelm meis/Userboxes/Man}}
wyf-
man
This user understands grammatical gender historically preceded and is independent of natural gender.
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 {{Template:User No Xe}}
xe
xyr
xem
This user thinks invented gender-neutral pronouns are ugly and stupid, and opposes their use in all situations.
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Contractions[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User Amn't:Yes}}
amn't This user considers amn't a perfectly logical alternative to aren’t in the first person singular.
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 {{User:Danielaustinhall12/Userboxes/Ain't}}
Ain't
This user believes that ain't is a proper word to use in place of a contraction of a verb and a pronoun. Ain't that right?
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 {{User:ANormalUsername1/couldntve/}}
couldn't've This user believes that couldn't've would make a perfectly fine word.
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 {{User:Cegalegolog99/Userboxes/y'all vs. ain't}}
y'all This user believes that y'all is a real word, but ain't isn't one. ain't
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 {{User:Wikiwow/yall-yes}}
y'all This user thinks y'all serves a useful purpose as a second-person plural pronoun, and would like to see y'all use it more often.
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Word choice[edit]

Code Result
 {{User:Dtrebbien/Userboxes/since}}
since This user dislikes the use of since to mean because.
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 {{User:Kmcnamee/Userboxes/After having}}
After having Having learnt to appreciate good grammar, this user thinks that After is a superflous prefix.
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 {{User:Lighthead/Big words}}
ubiquitous This user feels that if a person cannot concisely describe what (s)he means without using so-called big words, then (s)he should not be identified as being truly intelligent.
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 {{User:Saerain/Userboxes/Accurate words}}
ubiquitous ≠ widespread This user asserts that the more common word is often not the most precise.
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 {{Template:User sax-en}}
sax-en
This brooker wishes to cleanse English of needless fremd words.
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 {{User:Anon126/Userboxes/Try and}}
try and
try to
This user tries to discourage usage of "try and".
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Verb tense/mood/voice[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User passive voice}}
by This user has no opinion about the passive voice.
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 {{Template:User passive voice:Yes}}
by The passive voice may be used by this user.
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 {{Template:User passive voice:No}}
by This user does not like the passive voice.
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 {{User:Lofty/Userboxes/Grammar/Subjunctive}}
Subj This user prefers that the subjunctive mood be used. Were this user you, he would use it.
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 {{User:Johanna-Hypatia/Userboxes/Subjunctive}}
subj This user likes that the subjunctive mood be used. Were this user you, she would use it.
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 {{User:Saerain/Userboxes/Subjunctive}}
subj This user prefers that the subjunctive mood be used. Were this user you, they would use it.
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Sneaked/snuck[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User past sneak}}
snk This user says either sneaked or snuck.
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 {{Template:User past sneak:depends}}
snk This user says he/she/it sneaked and they snuck.
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 {{Template:User past sneak:Sneaked}}
snkd This user says sneaked.
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 {{Template:User past sneak:Snuck}}
snuk This user says snuck.
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Subject-verb agreement[edit]

Code Result
 {{User:Mojoworker/Userboxes/There's}}
"There's" with a plural subject This user knows that "there's" with a plural subject is a pervasive grammatical error. There's There are too many people making this mistake. Don't be one of them.
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Split infinitives[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User split infinitive}}
infinitive This user has no opinion about split infinitives.
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 {{Template:User split infinitive:Yes}}
to¦go This user chooses to sometimes use split infinitives.
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 {{Template:User split infinitive:No}}
infin¦
itive
This user chooses never to split infinitives.
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 {{User:Zenswashbuckler/Uboxes/Splitinfin}}
to¦<b>ly¦go This user is proud to rightfully split infinitives.
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Prepositions[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User prepositions}}
with, at, in, for, to... This user has no opinion about ending a sentence with a preposition.
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 {{Template:User prepositions:yes}}
…in. Ending a sentence with a preposition is something that this user is okay with.
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 {{Template:User prepositions:no}}
... in. Ending a sentence with a preposition is something up with which this user will not put.
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Frequently confused words[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User totootwo}}
to
too
two
This user thinks that too many people have no idea how to use words that they should have learned in grade two.
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 {{Template:User ifwhether}}
if & whether This user knows how to use "if" and "whether" correctly.
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 {{Template:User than then}}
than / then This user understands the difference between using "than" and "then."
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 {{Template:User theretheir}}
their / there / they're This user thinks that there are too many people who don’t know that they're worse than their own children at spelling!
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 {{Template:User theire}}
theire? This user will use the words there and their interchangeably.
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 {{Template:User youryou're}}
your/ you’re This user thinks that if your grammar is incorrect, then you’re in need of help.
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 {{Template:User ITS}}
its & it’s This user understands the difference between its and it’s. So should you.
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 {{Template:User its2}}
its/it’s It’s really not that hard to use each word in its proper manner.
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 {{Template:User itsalt}}
its This user understands the difference between its (of it) and it's (it is or it has).
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 {{User:Stalefries/templatesitsits}}
its & it's

This user thinks
ohh, if you want it to be possessive,
it's just i-t-s,
but if it's supposed to be a contraction,
then it's i-t-apostrophe-s...
Scalawag.

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Case[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User Whom}}
who(m) This user uses either who or whom in the object case.
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 {{Template:User Whom:Yes}}
whom This user insists upon using whom wherever it is called for, and fixes the errors of whomever he sees.
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 {{Template:User Whom:No}}
who This user prefers using who for both the object and subject case. Who does it hurt to simplify things?
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 {{Template:User you and me}}
You and Me This user thinks that if you believe it is incorrect to use "you and me" as the object of a sentence, a little talk needs to be had by you and me...
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 {{User:The Makhnovshchina/Userboxen/You & Me}}
You & Me This user thinks that if you believe it is always incorrect to use "you and me" as the object of a sentence, a little talk needs to be had by you and me...
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Relative clauses[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User whichthat}}
which & that This user knows how to use which and that correctly.
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 {{Template:User whichthat-0}}
which / that This user typically uses "which" and "that" interchangeably.
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 {{User:Atemperman/Userboxes/whichthat-1}}
which & that This user joins with Dickens, Melville, and other great writers[1] in rejecting the canard that which may not be used for restrictive relative clauses.
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Number[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User fewer}}
less & fewer This user understands the difference between less & fewer.
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 {{Template:User many}}
much & many This user understands the difference between much & many.
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 {{User:Unimaginative Username/Userboxes/Latin Plurals}}
Latin Plurals: "Data is are..." This user uses "data", "media", "memoranda", "criteria", and "agenda" as the plurals of "datum", "medium", "memorandum", "criterion", and "agendum".
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 {{User:Atemperman/Userboxes/English Singulars}}
English Singulars: "The data is..." This user recognizes that "data", "media", and "agenda" have become incorporated into English as singular nouns.
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Miscellaneous[edit]

Code Result
 {{User:Typingwestern015/Userboxes/No On Double Negatives}}
ain't nobody This user hates seeing double negatives clutter up the English language. He/she wants to stomp it out no matter what it takes.
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 {{User:OrangeDog/Userboxes/Based}}
based Based on experience, this user knows that based off is nearly always incorrect.
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 {{User:Mzk1/Userboxes/Lost adverb}}
-ly This user mourns the apparent death of the adverb, a loss that this user feels most serious.
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 {{User:Ute in DC/Dangling modifiers}}
DM Causing unintended humor, this user edits dangling modifiers.
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Capitalization[edit]

Code Result
 {{User:Steveprutz/caps}}
golden toad This user advocates lowercase common names in an encyclopedia.
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Punctuation[edit]

Full stops (periods)[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User double spacing}}
.  The This user puts two spaces after a period.
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 {{Template:User french spacing}}
.  The This user puts two spaces after a period.
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 {{Template:User french spacing:no}}
. The This user does not put two spaces after a full stop.
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 {{Template:User sentence choice}}
.  The This user believes sentence spacing is a style choice, not a law.
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Commas[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User comma-splice}}
, This user fixes comma splices. They are annoying.
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 {{Template:User comma-verb}}
, This user fixes commas that separate the verb from the subject or that separate two verbs or verb phrases in a compound predicate.
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 {{Template:User serial comma}}
, This user has no opinion about the serial comma.
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 {{Template:User serial comma:Yes}}
A, B, and C This user prefers the serial comma.
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 {{Template:User serial comma:No}}
A, B and C This user prefers not to use the serial comma.
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 {{Template:User serial comma:usually}}
A, B, and
A and B
This user uses the serial comma unless its inclusion is confusing.
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 {{Template:User serial comma:Sometimes}}
A, B, and
A and B
This user prefers to use the serial comma only when its omission can be confusing.
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 {{User:Unimaginative Username/Userboxes/cereal comma}}
Wheaties, Cheerios, and Rice Chex This user prefers the cereal comma.
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 {{User:Scholarly Breeze/Oxford Comma}}
,
This user supports the use of the
Oxford Comma.
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Apostrophes[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User Apostrophe Abuse}}
’s Thi's user know's that not every word that end's with s need's an apostrophe and will remove misused apostrophe's from Wikipedia with extreme prejudice.
Transclusions
 {{Template:User apostrophe}}
’s This user realises that plural nouns should not have an apostrophe while possessive words should!
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 {{User:Saerain/Userboxes/Apostrophe abuse}}
’s This user understands that apostrophe's apostrophes are for possession and contraction, not pluralization.
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Quotation marks[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User curly quotes}}
“…” This user favours typographic quotation marks over typewriter style.
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 {{Template:User straight quotes}}
"…" This user favours typewriter style quotation marks over typographic ones.
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 {{User:UBX/logical quotes}}
"…"!
US vs. UK
This user uses "logical quotation marks". Internal punctuation leads to factual errors. It's not a style issue!
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 {{User:UBX/logical curly quotes}}
“...”!
US vs. UK
This user uses logical quotation marks. Internal punctuation leads to factual errors. It's not a style issue!
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 {{Template:User british quotes}}
"…"? This user thinks "British punctuation is best for quotation marks". Do you?
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 {{Template:User american quotes}}
“…!” For quotation marks, this user would rather use “American punctuation.”
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 {{Template:User Quotation Marks}}
"..!" This user believes that punctuation should always come on the inside of Quotation marks
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 {{Template:User Joyce quotes}}
This user favours quotation dashes over quotation marks.
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 {{User:Facklere/Punctuation End Sentence}}
(Sentence "[Sentence.]".) This user thinks "Punctuation should come at the end of every sentence.".
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Other[edit]

Code Result
 {{User:UBX/exclam-abuse}}
???
?!?
!!!
This user terminates excessive use of exclamation points and question marks on sight. Grow up.
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 {{User:UBX/ellipses-no}}
No ellipsis abuse.png This user terminates unquoted ellipses on sight. This is not your blog. We end sentences properly.
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 {{Template:User ellipses}}
This user is addicted to ellipses and has been known to use them indiscriminately...
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 {{User:Tim.bounceback/Userboxes/Semicolons}}
; This user is addicted to semicolons; he or she uses them frequently.
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 {{Template:User semicolon}}
; This user knows how to use a semicolon correctly.
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 {{Template:User hyphenation}}
- This user is a hyphenation expert.
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 {{User:Ajmint/Userboxes/dash}}
This user knows the difference between a dash and a hyphen, and follows MOS:DASH.
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Favorite[edit]

Code Result
 {{User:Cegalegolog99/Userboxes/Periods}}
. This user's favorite punctuation is the period.
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 {{User:Cegalegolog99/Userboxes/Commas}}
, This user's favorite punctuation is commas, guys, not exclamation points or whatever.
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 {{User:Cegalegolog99/Userboxes/Colons}}
: This user has a favorite punctuation you might not have: colons.
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 {{User:Cegalegolog99/Userboxes/Semicolons}}
; This user's favorite punctuation is semicolons; he or she likes using them a lot.
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Pickiness[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User grammarnazi:No}}
ain't This user believes that prescriptive grammar rules stem from linguistic ignorance and are used to enforce economic class distinctions
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 {{Template:User anal-1}}
ANAL 1 User here dont worry two much about their's bad grammars.
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 {{Template:User anal-2}}
ANAL 2 This user rely's on others better grammar too fix there article's.
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 {{Template:User anal-3}}
ANAL 3 This user will not correct you're bad grammar.
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 {{Template:User anal-4}}
ANAL 4 This user advocates good grammar usage.
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 {{User:Who R you?/Userboxes/Anal-4a}}
ANAL 4 A This user advocates the use of proper grammatic structure.
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 {{Template:User anal-5}}
ANAL 5 This user is incredibly stringent with professional grammar.
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 {{Template:User Grammar nazi}}
ə This user is a Grammar Nazi.
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 {{Template:User Grammar Ninja}}
GN This user is a Grammar Ninja and says "WAAAAAAAAAA!!!!" as proof.
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 {{Template:User Pickiness}}
Pickyness Pickiness This user changes the adjective ending "y" to "i" to form nouns with "-ness".
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 {{User:Cbies/Userboxes/CREO}}
CREO This user is a member of the Campaign for Real English Online.
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 {{User:Galaxiaad/typo}}
tyop
typo
This user is a member of the Wikipedia Typo Team.
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 {{User:A. Pseudonym/UBX/Good Grammar}}
Emblem-favorites.svg This user thinks good grammar is sexy.
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 {{User:Rambo's Revenge/Userboxes/Grammar}}
Emblem-favorites.svg This user thinks good grammar is sexy.
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 {{User:UBX/MistEYk}}
MistEYk This user does not always see his/her grammar mistakes. It would be nice of you to correct them (+)
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 {{Template:User punctuation}}
“,;:’ This user is a punctuation stickler.
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English Style[edit]

See also the English style userboxes in Wikipedia:Userboxes/Non-ISO Languages.
Code Result
 {{Template:User Johnson}}
Samuel Johnson This user honours Samuel Johnson
for his enduring contributions to the English language.
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Talk pages[edit]

Code Result
 {{User:Ajmint/Userboxes/En}}
en This user uses American English on talk pages, but the appropriate variety of English in articles.
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 {{User:Ajmint/Userboxes/En|British}}
en This user uses British English on talk pages, but the appropriate variety of English in articles.
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 {{User:Ajmint/Userboxes/En|X}}
en This user uses X English on talk pages, but the appropriate variety of English in articles.
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 {{User:A. Pseudonym/UBX/Commonwealth English}}
en This user uses Commonwealth English on talk pages, but the appropriate variety of English in articles.
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American English[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User American English}}
US This user uses American English.
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 {{Template:User American English:Passive}}
US American English
is used by this user.
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 {{User:Witan/american}}
Am This user speaks American, not English.
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 {{Template:User US language deterioration}}
USage decline This user uses American English, but is appalled at its rapid and continuing deterioration.
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 {{User:Asarlaí/Userbox American English spelling}}
U.S.
spelling
This user prefers to use
American English spelling.
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 {{Template:User Webster}}
Noah Webster This user honors Noah Webster
for saving the English language
from the Saxon hordes.
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British and Commonwealth English[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User Oxford Spelling}}
OED This user uses Oxford spelling.
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 {{Template:User CommonwealthE}}
This user uses Commonwealth spelling.
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 {{User:Life in General/Userboxes/CommonwealthSpelling}}
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg This user uses Commonwealth spelling.
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 {{Template:User CommonwealthE Canadian}}
CA
This user uses
Canadian English spelling.
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 {{Template:User British English}}
UK This user uses British English.
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 {{User:Beecat/Userboxes/babel-AmE-0}}
AmE-0 This user dislikes American 'English' (common grammatical and spelling errors mistaken for dialect).
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 {{User:UBX/ame-0}}
AmE-0 This user does not understand the American "English" "language" artificially created by Noah Webster in 1828 for no other reason than just to be "different" and bloody well doesn't want to.
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 {{User:Keys767/UBX/KillAmericanEnglish}}
AmE This user will destroy, annihilate and generally kill any instances of the American English "language".
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 {{Template:User engeng}}
Flag of England.svg This user supports the
English English language.
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 {{Template:User Irish English}}
ie This user uses Irish English.
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 {{User:UBX/Australian English}}
AU This user speaks Australian English.
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 {{Template:User NZ English}}
NZ This user uses New Zealand English.
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 {{Template:User ZA English}}
SA This user uses South African English.
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 {{User:Sanfy/Indian English}}
IN This user speaks Indian English.
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 {{Template:User SG English}}
SG This user uses Singapore English.
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Other English[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User Goleta English}}
PR Dis usel uses Goleta English, better knoun as "El Difícil"
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 {{Template:User Mixed English}}
Mix This user has been influenced by too many dialects of English to use one orthography, vocabulary and grammar consistently.
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 {{Template:User bigwords:No}}
big words This user opposes the use of esoteric, abstruse and recondite big words in Wikipedia articles when simple ones will do.
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 {{User:UBX/Formal Articles}}
Johann Joachim Winckelmann (Angelika Kaufmann).jpg This user employs a more formal style of writing in articles than in talk pages.
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 {{Template:User To-tu-a}}
English This user knows that 'to' is pronounced /tʊ/, not /a/.
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 {{Template:User you:No}}
you one This user knows that one should not use "you" in encyclopedia articles or other formal works.
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 {{User:Life in General/Userboxes/ProfanityNo}}
Oh Shit! This user thinks profanity does not exist. (S)he believes that such words are the same as any other words and should be treated as such.
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 {{Template:User sax-en}}
sax-en
This brooker wishes to cleanse English of needless fremd words.
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 {{User:Youre dreaming eh?/Userboxes/Spelling}}
abc
Ths usre hass verry goode spelng.
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 {{User:Stevenfruitsmaak/Userboxes/English far from perfect}}
their, to, your, its, ... This users english is far from being perfect!.
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 {{User:Dreadfullyboring/userboxes/en-pi-0}}
Flag of Edward England.svg
en-pi-0
T'is landlubber do'n't wish to parlay wi' Pirates.
Walk th' plank!
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 {{User:Dreadfullyboring/userboxes/en-pi-1}}
Flag of Edward England.svg
en-pi-1
T'is scalawag parlays 'n' scribes
Pirate English as a Cabin Boy.
Shiver me timbers!
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 {{User:Dreadfullyboring/userboxes/en-pi-2}}
Flag of Edward England.svg
en-pi-2
T'is scurvy dog parlays 'n' scribes
Pirate English like a Swabbie.
Swab th' deck!
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 {{User:Dreadfullyboring/userboxes/en-pi-3}}
Flag of Edward England.svg
en-pi-3
T'is scurvy dog parlays 'n scribes
Pirate English wi' a Bo's'n's rank.
Tops'l th' mains'l!
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 {{User:Dreadfullyboring/userboxes/en-pi-4}}
Flag of Edward England.svg
en-pi-4
T'is scurvy dog parlays 'n scribes
Pirate English wi' a First Mate's rank. Avast ye swabbies!
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 {{User:Dreadfullyboring/userboxes/en-pi-5}}
Flag of Edward England.svg
en-pi-5
T'is scurvy dog parlays 'n scribes
Pirate English wi' a Cap'n's rank.
Arrrrrrr!
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 {{User:Dreadfullyboring/userboxes/en-pi-N}}
Flag of Edward England.svg
en-pi-N
T'is galley wench's brat were born to th' Pirates life.
Keelhaul th' wretch!
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Instant Messenger[edit]

Code Result
 {{Template:User AIM-0}}
AIM-0 This user does not understand or have any interest in AOLer.
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 {{Template:User AIM-1}}
AIM-1 This uzer has an amateur understanding of the AIM talk. Brb
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 {{Template:User AIM-2}}
AIM-2 This uzer has an intermediate understanding of the AIM lingos. 0_0
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 {{Template:User AIM-3}}
AIM-3 Sweeet!!!!! LOL, Dis user has an advanced understanding of da AOL IM lingoz! Rok on!!!! :D
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 {{Template:User AIM-4}}
AIM-4 Dis d00d has a near-native understanding of da IM me! wordz!!!!!1111 :p
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 {{Template:User AIM-5}}
AIM-5 2 kewl, dis d00d nowz dat AIM iz da onlee rael lingo, & wil likely dis reegard da boreing lingos.
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 {{Template:User AIM-able-2}}
AIM-Able This user understands AIM talk perfectly well, and sometimes uses it, but not excessively.
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 {{Template:User AIM-able}}
AIM-Able This user understands AIM talk perfectly well, but does not seriously use it. Ever.
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Telephone-keypad.svg Ths usr cn rd & rt usn txt lng
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cAPS tHIS USER SPEAKS cAPS lOCK.
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cAPS CAPS LOCK IS CRUISE CONTROL FOR COOL
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H4X0R This user has moderate understanding of Leet (H4X0R), but does not use it..
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Eastern European[edit]

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Цей учасник свободно говорить на суржику, не обрашяючи увагі на граматику мішая расєйськія та українськія слова.
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Гэтат пользавацель свабодна размаўляе на трасянце, ня абрашчая увагі на граматыку, мяшая расейскія ды беларускія слава.
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Гэтат пользавацель свабодна размавляе на трасянцэ, змешывая беларускія і рускія слава.
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Бу юзер полутатарча-полуурысча туган тел уровененда владеть итә.
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 {{User:Mariah-Yulia/russification}}
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This user intents to stop Russification (intentional or unintentional) of names and people on wikipedia.
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Indic transliteration[edit]

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śṣ This user believes that Indic languages should be properly transliterated.
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Indic Speakers[edit]

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 {{User:Bhaskarbhagawati/Kamrupi}}
Charyapada.jpg This user is native speaker of Kamrupi.
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