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Kelsey Grammer joins Twitter to clean up everyone's poor grammar

Kelsey Grammer gets tough on bad grammar via Twitter

Kelsey Grammer has finally joined Twitter, for one sole purpose: to fix everyone's grammar.

The film, stage and screen star, best known for playing Dr. Frasier Crane for 20 years, first on "Cheers" and then on "Frasier," has had enough of Twitter's "egregious grammar problem" and is now lending his kind but stern expertise

Grammer, 59, joined the popular social-media site June 30 with his first tweet tagged with #KelseyGrammerGrammar.

Since then, he has been good to his word in helping people with their words, one tweet at a time.

From the proper use of "affect" and "effect" to his thoughts on the Oxford comma, Grammer is giving more than 26,000 followers solid lessons on the English language. 

In addition to his Twitter time, the actor is costarring in the FX Network series "Partners" (set to begin airing in August), has a supporting role in the ensemble action-thriller "The Expendables 3" (hitting multiplexes Aug. 15) and is the primary non-robotic villain in "Transformers: Age of Extinction," which just opened.

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