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Transcript of Grammar
CATASTROPHE! Apostrophes are used in
1. To Denote Possession
2. To Create a Contraction Tricky Tricky
It's vs. Its Possession dog is a very
rambunctious puppy is a handful. name is Oliver.
best friend is Gregory. Gregory is
puppy. We think they are plotting
demise. Taylor's His Oliver's Doug and Taylor's our Contraction Writing a story about contractions didn't sound like fun. I'd considered it, but when it came down to it I said, "Don't make me do it!" But then I
remembered I'd need an
example to you y'all. Don't
use that word. It's slang.
The End. CONJUNCTION
Either or THERE
Hoo (That's an owl.) FEWER
as long as
in order that
once rather than
while : ; To , or to ? Whichever one should we use? ; connects sentences or compound clauses
: comes before lists, separates rules and examples,
(and other various purposes, like 6:00 pm, etc.) This is a sentence; it is written properly. Taylor likes the following things: hiking, camping, video games, art, and reading. The Mighty Comma , Separate bits of stuff (3 or more) -
(3)Sephiroth, Snake, and Captain Shepherd all sat down to tea.
(2)Cylons and reapers would not make good pets.
Connect sentences or clauses-
I used to be an adventurer like you, but then I took an arrow in the knee. Set of special bits - While traipsing through the sewers, I ran into an angry swarm of radroaches.
Bioshock Infinite, which comes out this year, is going to be uber-amazing. Questions? Questions? Consistency is key. Look it up. It's a process. I hate this.