12/30/2010 06:50 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Grammar Pet Peeves: The Stories Of 2010

Although most likely better remembered for Snookie and Kanye's Tweets, 2010 also had its fair share of momentous grammar events. From misused to apostrophes to unnecessary quotation marks, grammar errors were in no short supply this year. And from changes to The Chicago Manual of Style to Google nGrams, language certainly came under the spotlight in 2010.

So, to celebrate language as the year comes to a close, here's a roundup of the biggest grammar stories from the year. Did we leave any out? Let us know in the comment section below.

How To Use An Apostrophe (Jan.)

Huffington Post Readers Pick The Worst Grammar Pet Peeves (Aug.)

Worst Grammar Mistakes Ever

New Dictionary Words

Chicago Manual Changes Rules

'Unnecessary' Quotation Marks 'Infect' The Nation: Grammar Pet Peeves

National Punctuation Day

'Toponymity': The 13 Strangest Birthplaces Of Common Words (Oct.)

Lexical Ambiguity (Nov.)

Grammar Pet Peeves (Nov.)

Top Words of 2010 (Nov.)

Google Ngrams: Charting The History Of English