Friday, February 6, 2009

Grammar Lesson's

Word's that end in an S do not alway's require apostrophe's.  Sure, some grammar concept's are more elusive than other's, but this one is fairly simple.    If you need help, it is readily available.  Thank's.

8 comments:

Marinka said...

We at Secret Spineles's Whine approve this mess'age.

Anonymous said...

The first step is in asking for help. Please, go find some if you are that person and need it. I guarantee, it's out there, as that link demonstrates!

If you find yourself thinking, "Does that need an apostrophe there?" more than once or twice a day, you're using too many. Trust me.

blognut said...

y nt jst yuse the spelchecker an'd the gammar checker on ur cumpouter.?" eye wanna no.

The Panic Room said...

First's

Braja said...

Jesus Marinka. That should be mes'sage.

Beth said...

Well's, all's I ever wanted was some good grammar's skill's.

jennygirltherat said...

That part I got, but at age 44 I'm still uncertain about its and it's. I have to check every time.
Have pity.

MommyTime said...

I LOVE YOU, Anonymous. I was going to write something snarky about its and it's, but since I see an earnest confused person just above me, I'll instead be kind and suggest this rule: its (no apostrophe) is possessive -- something belonging to it. You can remember this easily because it works just like the words "his" and hers." His book is bigger than hers, which is why its cover required extra plastic to protect it.