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  # 650704 4-Jul-2012 15:37
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But like many rules that are made to be broken, starting a sentence with a subordinate conjunction is a great way to emphasise your final point.

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  # 650713 4-Jul-2012 15:44
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JY: But like many rules that are made to be broken, starting a sentence with a subordinate conjunction is a great way to emphasise your final point.

This!

 
 
 
 


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  # 650756 4-Jul-2012 16:51
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To timidly recover ground that has already been covered before? 




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  # 650848 4-Jul-2012 19:22
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SaltyNZ:
vexxxboy: welcome to the world of texting and tweeting, future generations wont know what a sentence is


Or how to correctly capitalise the beginning and punctuate the end of their sentences. And don't get me started on apostrophe usage.


Brilliant!

BlueShift: Ways to make a pedant's brain explode #3496: 

you could of typed thing's like this!!!


ROFL. I am exploding!

Hilarious thread is hilarious...





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  # 650866 4-Jul-2012 20:09
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BlueShift:
SaltyNZ:
vexxxboy: welcome to the world of texting and tweeting, future generations wont know what a sentence is


Or how to correctly capitalise the beginning and punctuate the end of their sentences. And don't get me started on apostrophe usage.


Ways to make a pedant's brain explode #3496:

you could of typed thing's like this!!!


Your not wrong.. thatill do it, but, if your not careful, some are likely to loose the plot.




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  # 650867 4-Jul-2012 20:09
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I just say +1 because we dont have a 'thumbs up' function like in vbulletin




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  # 651941 6-Jul-2012 15:47
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raytaylor: because we dont have a 'thumbs up' function like in vbulletin


And even if we had, a lot of people miss the flag anyway. Better to reply and make it clear...






 
 
 
 


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  # 651990 6-Jul-2012 16:59
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BlueShift: Ways to make a pedant's brain explode #3496:


Ah yes, I know all about #3496 it's the

"ORLANDO AERIE AND AUXILIARY #3496
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES"

with their own 3496 web site http://3496.foe.com/ am I right?

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SaltyNZ:
vexxxboy: welcome to the world of texting and tweeting, future generations wont know what a sentence is


Or how to correctly capitalise the beginning and punctuate the end of their sentences. And don't get me started on apostrophe usage.


this


Tongue Out

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  # 652123 6-Jul-2012 22:17
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So it all comes down to this!

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