Tag Archives: comma

Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: People often use the word “since” to mean “because.” For example, someone might say, “He gave me part of his hamburger since he couldn’t eat it all.” In fact, “since” is a preposition of time that … Continue reading

Posted in Grammar | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: Is it a question or an exclamation? Sometimes a sentence can be either or both. So, either punctuation of the following sentence is acceptable: “How could you do that?” or “How could you do that!” It … Continue reading

Posted in Grammar | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: If you have trouble remembering how to deal with apostrophes when forming singular and plural possessives, this should help. The boy’s toy = one boy, one toy. The boys’ toy = two or more boys sharing … Continue reading

Posted in Grammar | Tagged , | Leave a comment