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Grammar Friday

Today’s grammar tips: When you need to indicate that something has been left out of quoted material, use an ellipsis. It consists of three spaced periods. Here’s an example: “Fourscore and seven years ago, our fathers brought forth on this … Continue reading

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Grammar Friday

Today’s grammar tips: When you need to indicate that something has been left out of quoted material, use an ellipsis. It consists of three spaced periods. Here’s an example: “Fourscore and seven years ago, our fathers brought forth on this … Continue reading

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Grammar Friday

Today’s two grammar tips: Something can be heavily damaged, or it can be destroyed. Never say, however, that something has been “completely destroyed.” The phrase is redundant. The past tense of “drag” is “dragged,” not “drug.” Use the word “drug” … Continue reading

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