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How do I e-mail a grammar question?
E-mail your question to email@example.com.
We reply to e-mailed grammar questions during the Main Writing Lab's hours of operation, and we do our best to reply within two business days.
Please limit your questions to three; we will not answer more than three grammar questions from the same person in a 24-hour period.
If possible, please provide context, example sentences, and specific references for your grammar questions.
How do I phone in a grammar question?
Please have your question ready and call us at 850-474-2129 during the Main Writing Lab's hours of operation.
We don't want to keep you on hold while we research your question, so we might have to call you back with the answer.
We will ask you to provide information such as your name, phone number, and location for Grammar Hotline utilization records only. We will not contact you unless you approve, nor will we solicit you for donations. We will never distribute your contact information to other departments, institutions, or companies.
Callers are allowed to ask three questions per day. We will spend up to 10 minutes on your call.
The Writing Lab is closed during all semester breaks and holidays observed by the University of West Florida; therefore, neither the telephone hotline nor the online hotline is available for grammar questions during these periods.
How do I ask a Grammar Hotline question in Zoom?
If you would like to join a Writing Lab associate in Zoom, click on the "Join Us in Zoom" link on the right side of this page. You will be directed to a waiting area in an ongoing Zoom meeting. An associate will move you to a private breakout room to discuss your question(s).