Glossary of Grammar p.186-203
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- good is an adjective
- well is an adverb
- well is okay to use as an adjective when your talking about health
- I'm over my cold and i feel well.
im over my cold and i feel good
- have is better than....
- have is better than ....
- you dont need how with that
- just use that
- its is possesive
- its tail , its bark, its mother
it's cute how the puppy wags its tail
- In indicates where somehing is right now
- Into implies movement from one place to another
- like is a prep used to compare one thing to another
WRONG: You look like you've seen a ghost
- as and as if are conjunctions used before clauses ( subjet and verb)
RIGHT: You look as if you've seen a ghost.
- like is used for comparisions.....
I fee that you should give me a raise in my allowence
- Not conjunctions
I feel like you should give me a raise in my allowence
- Loose = ring
- Lose = to leave behind / can't find
- Never use myself when when me or I sounds right
EXcept: i hurt myself = right
- same goes for himself ,youself, and herself
- Pair = singular
- pairs = plural
- plan on is very informal
- better : plan to go
- sit means to take a seat or sit down
- set mans to place somethig
- than links two parts of a sentence that are being compared to each other
My dog barks louder than your dog barks
- then is an adverb telling what happened
karcey put away her toys, then crawled into bed and fell asleep
- This implies somthing right here, close to hand
Take this notebook with u to school
- don't use this when a is better
I brought a great new dress that I want to show u.
- usless you are talking about a waiter or waitress.....
- always use waiting for
- use who for people
- which for objects
- if he is correct in sub. use who
- if him is correct use whom
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