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Sarah Farrell Sep 15
For those wanted the SPAG cards, here's the link for the first 10 sets! They cover topics like capital letters, was/were, you're/your and all have the answers on the back. Useful for gentle writing reminders in these first few weeks!
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Sarah Farrell Sep 15
I can't take credit for this idea as I've seen other people use it before, but I'm looking forward to trying out my new Lego contraction builders this week! The only problem is that I didn't have enough to cover all ry contractions I wanted to...
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The YUNiversity Sep 19
Criminals are HANGED. Artwork 🖼️ and clothes 👚 are HUNG. I hanged up. → ❌ I hung up. → ✔ We hanged out. → ❌ We hung out. → ✔
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Gravity PR 3h
Helping my daughter with her geography homework and it seems even secondary school teachers make grammar mistakes. Felt the need to correct it in pencil.
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Quesadylan 12h
I just laughed while drinking an 11.5% imperial stout and it came out my nose and wow that shit could have been banned by the Geneva convention for how painful it was ?
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Ashley Hansen Sep 20
My 7 yr old just asked me how to use punctuation when including an emoji in a sentence, and already he cares more grammar than I ever have.
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English Grammar Sep 20
Which would you choose? Full exercise and answers at:
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The Princeton Review Sep 19
Calling all nerds! Can you spot the error? (Hint: It involves an apostrophe.)
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Gilbert Barrera Sep 16
Exit tickets can tell whether students have a superficial or in-depth understanding of the material. Today's exit ticket on plural nouns was a great way to assess how well students understand the material they learned in class. 📈Data Drives Instruction
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sulmarwms Sep 17
Mr. Lievanos joins us for grammar Tuesday!
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Mental Militia 17h
Reminder: Proper grammar is the difference between knowing your shit and knowing you're shit.
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Learn English | EnglishRadar Sep 21
📒 English grammar review: Future perfect continuous ✅ Use + form + examples + quiz
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The YUNiversity Sep 20
“Children” and “men” are already plural, so their possessive forms are *children’s* and *men’s* (not “childrens’” or “mens’”).
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Nat Russo 15h
Use a comma before coordinating conjunctions (and, but, for, or, nor, so, yet) whenever the conjunction links two independent clauses (a clause that contains a subject and verb and can stand alone as a sentence).
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Caytlyn Brooke Sep 16
Hey I have a question!! Which is it? I can never keep them straight
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Francisco Rafael Peralta-Cerda 38m
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Krystal@naturalproofreader.com Sep 18
Incorrect use of quotation marks always make me laugh. Was at a pet grooming place that displayed a poster: "100%" of proceeds go to (local organization).
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Grammar Badger Bot Sep 21
What kind of writing resources do TAs recommend for students? Find out here:
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AspNetCoreGuy 15m
English word for 'Children' of a Dog.
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Nina 2h
Replying to @Forbes
Oh no, my OCD is triggered!
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