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Principal (prin ci pal) n., chief officer of an educational institution. Principle (prin ci ple) n., a general or fundamental law, doctrine or assumption. SAY WHAT YOU MEAN. MEAN WHAT YOU SAY. Know what you’re saying and writing.
I agree, I think!.
We, as people, don’t always agree on things in life. But there are two things in grammar that must always agree if a sentence is to be a complete and correct thought. The Subject or noun of a sentence, must … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Grammar Girls:
I’m guessing spelling isn’t one of those things… – Kelsey
….a combined effort of all working parts that create a completeness of idea, thought or argument in a writing that is clear and concise. Hello and welcome to this blog. Another school year has begun and we are excited. “Iwilljustsay,” will assist … Continue reading
You are the author of your life story. Your actions will dictate the words that will be used to write your story. And the impression that others are left with, will sum it all up, and determine how you will … Continue reading
Grammar fundamentals are designed to promote the writing of grammatically correct, and structurally effective sentences that convey the intended meaning. In other words…Say What You Mean. Mean What You Say and write, and know what it is, you’re writing and saying. … Continue reading