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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: Use commas before and after appositives, which explain who or what the noun is. So: “John Smith, our company president, gave an insightful presentation.” But no commas here: “Company President John Smith gave an insightful presentation.” … Continue reading

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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: “Neither” and “either” both take singular verbs. For example: Neither of them has arrived. Either of them is acceptable. Set off state names (after cities) and years (after dates) with commas. I was in New York, … Continue reading

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