Happy Easter to everyone!
I am looking forward to the success of this blog. Although it is in the beginning stages, I think it will evolve into something wonderful. I intend to have this blog survive it’s first year.
Thank you for reading my posts!
Here’s to the future!
Have a safe and joyous holiday.
Meaning: obvious, easy and clear to understand
Part of speech: adjective
Example: The full extent of her guilt was not evident until the murder weapon was found.
Try to use evident as often as you can for the next week. Force your brain to think of ways to use this word in everyday conversation.
Tweet me your sentences!
Try to remember accept + able = acceptable!
Simply put; a noun is a part of speech at labels a person, place or thing.
Example: The dog is barking.
The noun is dog.
When writing your next letter, email or text, try not to use the word “like” in reference.
Don’t Say: “I am very tired of this job, like, I need to do something else.”
Do say: “I am very tired of this job. I need a new one.”
Some of us have grown accustomed to saying “like” during speech as well. “Like” is understood better when used correctly.
Example: “I feel like singing out loud!”
Not: “I was turning the corner and this guy like, hit me!” Either the guy hit you or he did not hit you.
Do not use abbreviations such as (u, b4,ty, ttyl, etc.) in an email. Why? Because it looks tacky. Email is not a text message. Give the person you are writing the respect and time they deserve. Use whole words and nice closings, they will love you for it!
Thank you for the cake. It was delicious! Call me before you leave work. Talk to you soon!
Ty 4 the cake. Yummy! Call me b4 u leave. Ttyl.
Which sounds better to you?