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M.J. Hammer “Strong as a compound subject’’  Poofed out pronouns from taking over names.  Donated adjectives to the poorly creative.  Helped the verbs.

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2 M.J. Hammer “Strong as a compound subject’’

3  Poofed out pronouns from taking over names.  Donated adjectives to the poorly creative.  Helped the verbs regain their action when the periods put an end to them.

4 How will you use the parts of speech to cure the chaos facing Dictionopolis after the horrible problem in the market place?  He will send in troops of exclamation marks to add emotion in this time of chaos!  He will use his transition power to change the chaos into organized peace!

5 Do you believe proper English usage is Important enough to save? Why?  Yes, English is the most widely known language throughout the world.  It is used for everything from international academic conferences to popular music lyrics.

6 With the implementation of the internet, some believe spelling, punctuation, and proper sentence structure are things of the past. What do you believe?  The internet language is not acceptable with which to communicate.  It is important for everyone to know proper English. Otherwise, we will not be able to communicate with those who don’t have the internet.

7  M.J. was born singing his ABC’s, so he will fight to the end where he will still be singing his ABC’s.  A dependable and an experienced leader.  Likes to eat English McMuffins.

8 Thanks to…   922/news.HTML  

9 This report was brought to you by… English Enforcers “ We pound in grammar like a hammer “


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