Month: June 2021

Tip of the week: Both, either, neither.

[:es] Both-Either-Neither Both: This and that. Example: I can speak both English and Spanish. Either: This or that. Example: I can speak either English or Spanish if you prefer? Neither: Not this and not that. Example: I can speak neither English nor Spanish.

Tip of the week: Semicolons.

Semicolons Semicolons are used to connect two independent clauses that, though they could stand on their own, are closely related. Example: Call me tomorrow; I’ll have an answer for you by then. If there’s a coordinating conjunction beween the two clauses, e.g. ‘but’, or ‘or’, then use a comma instead. Example: Call me tomorrow, and…

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