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I'm Sorry I'm I'm So Sorry

The participles What happened to the participles Oh I’m sorry I’m I’m so sorry Didn’t you hear They passed Yes right there in English 101 it was Some were left dangling Horrible It was simply horrible The students the poor students Some became lost for words others fell mute entirely and still others became Republican presidential candidates I’m sorry I’m I’m so so sorry

English

Confusing forms with imperatives and present participles

kurvatām

imperative, mid. 3rd. pl. or pres. act. part. gen.pl.(masc. or nt.)

gacchatām

imperative mid. 3rd. sg. or imperative act. 3rd. du. or pres. act. part. 17 more words

Imperative

109. Adjective Positioning

English has various features that might lead speakers of other languages to incorrectly place an adjective after its noun

ADJECTIVE POSITIONS IN ENGLISH… 1,265 more words

Academic And Professional Writing

Pedantics #8

Wow, it’s dusty in here. Excuse me for a moment while I blow away some cobwebs.

*dusts*

*tidies*

*takes out the recycling*

Right. Now, where was I? 484 more words

Writing

106. Word-Like Suffixes

Some added letters at the end of a word can also make a word by themselves

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SUFFIXES IN ENGLISH

A suffix is a meaningful letter or group of letters that is normally found at the end of particular words, modifying their meaning. 1,044 more words

English Vocabulary

hyphens

Never hyphenate prefixes (i.e. nonemployer, postrecessionary, multifaceted). As per Chicago Manual Style, usa a hyphen when two words are combined to make an adjective (a noun + participle) preceding a noun: … 42 more words

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