Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Clean Humor' started by Revmitchell, Aug 28, 2012.
Phyisican..........Heal thyself! :tongue3:
Um...sorry, dude; it's "grammar."
We'll find a "spelling nazi" cartoon for you and me.... :tongue3:
Right along with a "Capitalization Nazi"!!! :tongue3::tongue3: and :smilewinkgrin:
The rue is to capitalize proper nowuns. And a nazi is not very proper
rue --- n. [Archaic] sorrow, repentance, or regret
nowuns ??? (sp. ?)
"A period is used:
1. After declarative sentences...."
--- Source: WEBSTER'S NEW WORLD COLLEGE DICTIONARY: Fourth Edition ([c] 2004), Michael Agnes, ed. in chief.
....Now, as I was saying.....!!! :tongue3:
do you need to see my papers?
There, their, they're
Actually, I wonder if Rev Mitchell has papers, I have never seen his birth certificate
Yes, Rev Mitchell has papers. Since Sears doesn't print their catalogs any more, he's had to resort to using his daily copies of the New York Times newspaper for .....shall we say...."taking care of business."
Yes, Rev Mitchell DOES have a birth certificate!
It probably wouldn't do you much good since it's in CUNIEFORM---plus the fact that those folks back then probably used BASE 60 for their numbering system!! :laugh:
Proper nouns include the names of individuals, organizations, ships, trains, plains, works of art, books, titles of magazines, newspapers, and also geographical landmarks and locations.
Nazi is the shortened title that the Americans gave to the National Socialist German Workers' Party. In this instance because the term is used as a name of an organization it would be capitalized.
can you spell facetious?
Hey, give Salty a break!!!
What can you expect from some one who's been Army trained??? :laugh:
To, too and two , are another three words often used wrongly >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> scream !!!!!
I have but to words I have in response too such a statement: TWO MUCH!!! :smilewinkgrin: