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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

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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

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