This is a brief refresher of our grammar/mechanics lessons this term to help you prepare for the final quiz
- Always capitalize the following: the letter I; the start of a new sentence; and proper nouns (names, places, brands, etc.)
- Use apostrophe S to show possession: “The car‘s engine overheated.” (a single car) OR “The cars‘ engines all overheated.” (multiple cars).
- Direct speech: “I’m doing very well,“ he said. OR Direct quotes: According to the study, “Fifty percent of applicants scored higher than last year“ (citation).
- Review the commonly misspelled words list: definitely/defiantly, to/two/too, weather/whether, through/threw, etc.