Improving your writing takes time and practice. Over the next several weeks, we’ll share some tips that will help you become a better writer. Today’s tip: Practise writing complete sentences. Earlier this week, we talked about the differences between complete sentences Continue reading Tips to Improve Writing
Image by PearlsofJannah (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) By Corina Koch MacLeod Here are the answers to today’s sentence quiz: She enjoys reading late at night. This sentence has a subject (she) and a verb (enjoys). It also begins with a capital letter Continue reading Is it a sentence? — Answers
Image by Carl MiKoy (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Corina Koch MacLeod Every sentence needs four things: a subject (a who or what word), a verb (a doing or being word), beginning punctuation and ending punctuation. If any of these elements is Continue reading Is it a sentence? Try this.
Image by Steve Snodgrass (CC BY 2.0) In order to do well on the OSSLT, you’re instructed to use “conventions (spelling, grammar and punctuation) in a manner that does not distract from clear communication” and to “use full and correctly Continue reading Is it a sentence?