Its All About Me (and Maybe Ge.e)-winavi video converter

Writing Grammar rules are not static. .mon wisdom states that they change. Grammar rules are not set in stone because they change to conform with real-world usage. Real-world usage aside, the widespread use of "me and so-and-so" in our culture drives me a bit crazy! Once upon a time, we would say, "George and I went to the store." Back in the old days of 30 or so years ago, if someone said, "Me and George went to the store," the listener would conclude that the speaker was uneducated. Nowadays, turn on the television and the newscaster is saying, "Me and … blah, blah, blah." Talk radio hosts say it. I have been shocked to hear highly educated people like lawyers say "Me and so-and-so" on a regular basis. I ran a little experiment while writing this article and found something even more frightening. I have intentionally included the "me and George" error and other grammatical mishaps in this article and ran it through Microsoft Word’s spelling and grammar check. Guess what? It didn’t even catch the errors! Is this sloppy grammar just the product of a narcissistic "Me, me, me culture?" Have we be.e sloppy? Or am I way behind the times and perceived as dumb because I am not using real-world usage? I’ll be honest … it’s been a very long time since I sat through a semester of grammar class. I can see or hear what’s off with a sentence but do not know what the error is specifically called. So, here’s the practical, .mon sense rule as I understand it from second grade: Take out the third person and see if the sentence makes sense. If you’re saying "Me and George went to the store," keep George out of it and try this: "Me went to the store." Sounds ridiculous, eh? On the other hand,If you were to use the correct version, which is "George and I went to the store," split up the correct sentence and we have, "George went to the store," and "I went to the store." This is an easy, sure-fire way to figure out if your sentence makes grammatical sense. Simple grammar tips aside, those of us who are offended by the constant "me and so-and-so" grammar can at least take .fort in the fact that pronoun variations such as "Me and him went to the store" or "Her and me went to the store" have not yet skyrocketed to the top of the .mon usage charts. Now that this irritant is off my chest, me going to the store. Maybe Ge.e wants to go, too. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: