WORDS THAT SOUND ALIKE Sometimes we confuse words that sound the same or similar. You’re: You are. // You’re a really nice person. Your: Belonging to you. // I like your hat. They’re: They are. // They’re going on vacation. There: In a specified location. // My car is parked over there. Their: Belonging to…
Category: English Grammar
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Periods and Question Marks
I think I was in second grade when I learned this. I was definitely in elementary school. This is not even eighth-grade grammar. A period ends a sentence that is a statement (a telling sentence). Examples: I am going shopping. Sally likes Italian food. The sky is blue. A question mark ends a sentence that…
Debacles of the English Language
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