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The English language Unused Words: Browse & Learn Rarely Used Words From English Language Unused Words: Browse & Learn Rarely Used Words From English Language Read More is a complicated beast. It’s the only language Ive ever spoken fluently, (ask my schools’ French Learn a New Language Just by Browsing the Web in Chrome Learn a New Language Just by Browsing the Web in Chrome This extension makes it easy to pick up new language vocabulary without any effort on your part. Read More teacher if you need further verification of inability to speak a second language). yet, it still feel’s like there are places where I need to look up exactly how I’m supposed to write How to Get the Most out of These Essential Grammar Check Extensions for Chrome How to Get the Most out of These Essential Grammar Check Extensions for Chrome If you are a Chrome user, there are a few handy tools that can save you from awkward typos and grammar errors, and help you to get your message across more clearly. Read More or say something.

In English, theres no more confusing (and useful) punctuation Little-Known Punctuation Marks That Need To Make A Comeback Little-Known Punctuation Marks That Need To Make A Comeback You know the question mark, exclamation point, and period, but have you heard of the love point? How about the acclamation point? Read More mark than the apostrophe. It let’s us shorten words. It let’s us show ownership. It even let’s us look stupid. Wait what?

Perhaps I should have looked at the guide below before I wrote this post, as a matter of fact… How many incorrect (or missing) apostrophe’s can you spot in this post?

Via thevisualcommunicationguy

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How-To-Use-Apostrophes

  1. Sisyphia
    May 18, 2016 at 7:58 pm

    The chart will be useful for teachers. However, please correct the spelling of the oxen's yolks. It should be yokes.

  2. Howard Blair
    May 18, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    The Oatmeal did the same thing rather succinctly:

    http://theoatmeal.com/comics/apostrophe

  3. Labru
    May 18, 2016 at 8:52 am

    It's kind of hard to trust people on their language skills if they use an example in which oxen have yolks. Yokes anyone?

  4. Peter Buyze
    May 18, 2016 at 4:02 am

    You don't seriously think people will read that infographic do you? The subject of this article is interesting, but to just drop us a chart like that is pointless, no one will read it.

    • Cuco Negron
      May 18, 2016 at 12:53 pm

      I did, Peter.

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