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When do you use:
Singular Indefinite Pronouns?
We often use parts of speech, contractions, and other types of grammar in our writing and daily communication with others. Let’s face it, knowing how to use grammar correctly can become puzzling:
“Did I use its correctly?”
When do I use they’re?”
“Where do I put the comma in this sentence?”
This can get confusing, and even embarrassing if you are a blogger, teacher, marketer or someone whose work goes public!
Last summer, MarketingNewAuthors.com (MANA) featured a successful series of weekly podcasts titled, “Bare Essential Bits.” (Go HERE to listen to the podcasts.) Because there appeared to be a substantial interest in the topic, Dr. Fairy C. Hayes-Scott, owner of MANA and its parent company, Robbie Dean Press, created Bare Essentials Bits—The Book: Providing the Puzzle Pieces of Good Grammar, Precise Punctuation, and Accurate Word Choice.
Bare Essentials Bits—The Book: Providing the Puzzle Pieces of Good Grammar, Precise Punctuation, and Accurate Word Choice is a reference that you can use again and again. Every one who cares about solving the puzzles of grammar, punctuation, and word choice will find this book a valuable asset.
Go HERE to preview the book.