Today, I want to go explain lay vs lie because students have a hard time with this pair. It mostly has to do with the fact that the past tense of lie is lay. Present Tense Past Tense Past
This video is the follow up to the article I wrote about capitalization.
Subject-Verb Agreement Here are some things that you should already know. 1. Point of view. First person point of view uses I, me, my, myself, we, our, and us. Second person point of view uses you, your, yourself. Third person point of view uses he,
Capitalization Blues What to capitalize and what not to capitalize. Here is an attempt to apply some simple rules to a complex issue. You capitalize the specific names of specific people, places, and things. Capitalize the “I” when specifically referring to yourself. Capitalize the first
Hopefully, you will find this as interesting and useful as I have. Grammar cheat sheet for clean, clear, and compelling writing 30 tips to tighten up your grammar skills https://medium.com/swlh/grammar-cheat-sheet-for-clean-clear-and-compelling-writing-a466d8416da6 featured image by By Petar Milošević – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=55607334
I found another great article on writing at Medium. This one discusses writing paragraphs. If You Learn to Write Better Paragraphs, You Will Make a Better Writer A simple guide on writing clear and better paragraphs. https://medium.com/swlh/if-you-learn-to-write-better-paragraphs-you-will-make-a-better-writer-6545295c4b35
When exercising, the goal is to activate as many muscles as you can. Pulse exercises are very effective because you are catching the weight, which activates a lot of muscles. And you are flexing an almost completely flexed muscle which also activates a lot of muscles.