Saturday, May 2, 2015

Thank You, Teachers, for All That You Do


THANK YOU, TEACHERS, for ALL THAT YOU DO!

I appreciate all teachers. Retired teachers, public school teachers, private school teachers, and home school teachers. Thank you for the contribution you make to the betterment of our society.

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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Tips for Using Who. That, and Which



Here are a few simple hints to help you decide whether to use “who,” “that,” or “which” in the sentences that you write.

Use “who” when referring to people. For example: The man who answered the phone was very polite.

Use "that" for clauses that define something specific and provide necessary information. For example: The cake that I made yesterday was delicious. (You are talking about a specific cake.)

Use "which" for clauses that can be removed without changing the meaning of the sentence. The movie, which I saw yesterday, was about a war hero.

Clauses that begin with “which” can be placed between commas or in parentheses.

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Charlene Tess Simple Steps to Sentence Sense

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