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Writerly Wednesday--Grammar and the Lincoln Memorial

Wow, does that sound interesting or what? Grammar and history all in one! Snooze. Well, I’ll keep this brief. But as I was looking at some photos I recently took around Washington D.C., I was struck again by the inscription above the statue of Abraham Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial. 552 more words

Writing

whom woke you up

did  the whispers of the evening have its place and fingers of

the eyes all over you

and where is the middle   of the road… 45 more words

Poems

GRAMMAR: RELATIVE CLAUSES.

Hi guys,

Do you know how to use “who“, “which” and “that“?

What are the differences between “that” and “what“?

Is “who” the same as “whom“? 991 more words

3. RELIATIONSHIPS.

wonder whom agree

and whom of the passion

and where it leads

taken and its own  advertised

and its own device

and when and how it welcomes

and its own  lead and how it took onto a path… 37 more words

Poems

Bellwork #10

Use the following in sentences: their, there, they’re, two, to, too, who, whom, principal, principle, affect, effect, capital, capitol

We’re using  their car to go to the bowling alley over… 70 more words

Vocabulary

That, Who or Whom - Which One to Use

The proper use of specific words may seem like a simple thing and not very important in today’s society.  I find it to be a form of respect or disrespect. 96 more words

Words