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Caroline Taggart,J.A.Wines

My Grammar and I (Or Should That Be 'Me'?)

  • Mariamembuat kutipan8 tahun yang lalu
    Capital letters are sometimes referred to as ‘upper case’. This is because manual typesetters kept these letters in the upper drawers of a desk – the upper type case. More frequently used letters were stored on a lower shelf, thus ‘lower case’ letters.
  • Marianna Kouzminskayamembuat kutipan4 tahun yang lalu
    Knowing the rules – and breaking them because you feel like it, not because you don’t know any better – will make you a more confident, creative and entertaining writer and speaker.
  • Валентина Барашеваmembuat kutipan2 tahun yang lalu
    Pictures or meat are hung; criminals used to be hanged.
  • Bagul Bazarovamembuat kutipan2 tahun yang lalu
    ‘80 per cent of married men cheat in America…’
    The rest cheat in Europe.
  • Bagul Bazarovamembuat kutipan2 tahun yang lalu
    Every name is called a NOUN,
    As field and fountain, street and town;
    In place of noun the PRONOUN stands
    As he and she can clap their hands;
    The ADJECTIVE describes a thing,
    As magic wand and bridal ring;
    The VERB means action, something done -
    To read, to write, to jump, to run;
    How things are done, the ADVERBS tell,
    As quickly, slowly, badly, well;
    The PREPOSITION shows relation,
    As in the street, or at the station;
    CONJUNCTIONS join, in many ways,
    Sentences, words, or phrase and phrase;
    The INTERJECTION cries out, ‘Hark!
    I need an exclamation mark!’
    Through poetry, we learn how each
    of these make up THE PARTS OF SPEECH.
  • Aizere Malaisarovamembuat kutipan2 tahun yang lalu
    You may continually receive unwanted telephone calls from telesales people. However, if this were happening continuously, you would never be able to put the phone down.
  • Женя Терскийmembuat kutipan7 tahun yang lalu
    avoid clichés like the plague
  • Olga Subbotinamembuat kutipan4 bulan yang lalu
    Webster’s dislike of words that weren’t pronounced the way they looked led him to decree that words such as centre and theatre should be spelled center and theater; he also dropped the silent u from words such as colour, favour and honour. In fact, Webster was single-handedly responsible for most of the differences between British and American spelling that survive to this day.
  • Olga Subbotinamembuat kutipan4 bulan yang lalu
    college professor wrote on his blackboard: A woman without her man is nothing.
    He then asked his students to punctuate the sentence.
    All of the males in the class wrote: A woman, without her man, is nothing. All the females in the class wrote: A woman: without her, man is nothing.
  • Alexandra Skitiovamembuat kutipan5 bulan yang lalu
    Most comparatives say that something is more or less something than the other something, if you see what we mean. But it is also a comparative to say that something is the same (or not the same) as something else:

    He is as cunning as a fox.

    This ring is not as expensive as that one. (I want that one.)
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