Fiona Fletcher

Fiona Fletcher

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English class reminder!

Great chart with comma rules because use is one of the hardest things to grasp. Depending on what level I'm teaching, some of these comma rules may be too advanced.

Differences between lay, lie, laid, lay, laying, lying, laid, and lain!

I may be a grammar nazi, but I still need help with these from time to time. :P the whole lay/lie thing is one of the most complicated inventions in the English language.

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This is a great chart for different grammar students may come upon when writing or editing/revising. (Makes a great anchor chart as well). I picked this chart because it is clear cut, easy to read, and would catch students' eyes if I were to color it up.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | If Punctuation had Personalities

Funny pictures about Punctuation social personalities. Oh, and cool pics about Punctuation social personalities. Also, Punctuation social personalities.

You probably know this already but it's worth mentioning: i.e. and e.g. are both abbreviations for Latin terms. i.e. stands for id est and means roughly "that is." E.g. stands for exempli gratia, which means “for example.”

They actually both come from Latin: i. stands for id est and means roughly "that is"; stands for exempli gratia, which means “for example”. But this graphic's explanation is a bit easier to remember than the Latin definitions.