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Updated. Apostrophes Grammar lesson

  • May 30, 2016
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Good morning, afternoon, evening! My dear students, some of you asked me to add more praxis in our studying process. So today I’d like to introduce you new (or already known for some of us) method of learning with pictures, schemes, and infographics. Below you can see the infographic explaining the use of Apostrophes. This…

Ellipsis

  • September 6, 2015
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In Writing Ellipsis (plural, ellipses) is a technique in grammar, also called elliptical construction, that is used to avoid unnecessary repetition or to avoid stating information that the reader already knows. Just as a pronoun aids when referring to a known subject, the ellipsis omits known information that would make writing and conversation long-winded and…

How to master colon and semicolon? [infographic]

  • July 20, 2015
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Colons! Semicolons! These little devices should not send icicles down your spine; as the infographic will show you, they have different uses and are not difficult to work with.

Dashes, semicolons and colons [infographic]

  • August 19, 2013
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Dashes, semicolons and colons are potent punctuation. They add clarity, call attention to sentence elements and improve the “flow,” but they also add drama and are destructive if over-used. The infographic will make learning the rules easier.   To download high resolution poster click here. The Semicolon Each of these tools acts as a speed…

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