Originally Posted by chris319
Do you know what an apostrophe
(uh-POSS-truh-fee) is? Do you know what it is used for? Do you know what plural
are? (HINT: They're two different things.) Oooh, such big words!
Do you know the differences among its
and it is
You don't need an advanced English degree to know what these are. I learned them in the second grade, back during the Sputnik era. You graduated from the second grade, didn't you? Of course you did! You should therefore be familiar with the use of these basic components of the English language.
Below is a refresher course for those of you who need one: Apostrophe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Possessive - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Plural - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It would bother me too if I let it. Each time it starts to get to me I read Baltazar Gracian's, "The Art of Worldly Wisdom". It's brilliant re how to deal with changing times and communication styles even though it was written centuries ago. I hope I used my apostrophes correctly in my post,