I noticed I have done these before, sometimes it’s from typing too quick
or someone bothering me other times Than & Then sound they could work for whatever. Print this baby out for reference to help while you write.
Posted by zodiacimmortal on July 1, 2015 in Coherence, Grammar, Lists, Reading, vocabulary
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Why is a manuscript always called a MS.? Because that is the state in which the editor finds it.
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