how to buy tadalafil online

What’s The Shortest Sentence In The English Language? (and 3 other neat bits)

May 31, 2010
By

“Go” is the shortest complete sentence in the English language.

between vs among

Use “between” when you’re referring to two things; use “among” when you’re referring to more than two things.

here’re some examples:

Skeeter Bob had to choose between his sister and the squirrel he loved.

The squirrel had to choose among Jim-Bob, Jim-Bob’s sister, and its cache of acorns.

what’s the difference between “a while” and “awhile”?

“A while” means, “a short period of time.”

“Awhile” means, “for a short period of time.”

should questions have quote marks?

When they’re quoted dialogue, then yes:

Marvin Gaye famously asked, “What’s going on?”

Otherwise, no.

The question is, What’s going on?

Share

Comments are closed.

Archives