When you see a (,)(;)and(:) do you get totally confused? If so, you are not alone. Many people have no idea how to use punctuation properly. Some people play with the various punctuation marks, hoping that they’ll choose the right one, while others omit them completely.
If you know the rules that go with (,)(;)and(:), using punctuation marks will become fun and easy.
Using both / either / and neither is really easy and comes in handy when you want to talk about choices or preferences.
Let’s make some example sentences!
How well do you know your regular and irregular verbs – in the past tense? If you’re looking for a fun grammar challenge, read the article below and try to find – and fix – as many mistakes as you can.
How often do you go shopping? Do you aways drink a cup of coffee after dinner? Try out some adverbs of indefinite frequency to give people a better idea of how often you do routine chores and activities.
To use or not to use a comma, that is the question. 続きを読む
What type of English do you speak? This probably sounds like a really odd question but I’ve been giving it a lot of thought lately, especially since I’ve started to take an interest in British TV programs. Believe me, the English used in a BBC drama is quite different from that of their American counterparts. I guess that I really ought to appreciate my mixed upbringing and exposure to all sorts of unusual words and phrases. 続きを読む