Thoughts About Writing
If someone said to you, there was police activity in the alley last night, would you know what happened? You would not. If a coworker told you that there are a number of issues and aspects that have come up related to the development of the project you both are working on, would you know […]
Here is a sentence whose punctuation poses an interesting grammatical problem, and where there are problems, of course, there are opportunities: In fact, they behaved like an authoritarian dictator: questioned people on the street with whom they disagreed, detained people with whom they disagreed, forced out people with whom they disagreed. The author wants to […]
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