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Letters
A letter is a mark or character used to represent an articula...

(present Tense Only)
Sing. Plural ...

Riseraise
These verbs are very often confounded. Rise is to move or pas...

Preposition
A preposition connects words, clauses, and sentences together...

Requirements Of Speech
It is very easy to learn how to speak and write correct...

F.
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Discussion Versus Controversy
Many people object to discussion, but they are invariably t...

Am Comehave Come
"I am come" points to my being here, while "I have come" inti...


SUMMONSUMMONS




Common Stumbling Blocks - Peculiar Constructions - Misused Forms.

Don't say "I shall summons him," but "I shall summon him." Summon is a
verb, summons, a noun.

It is correct to say "I shall get a summons for him," not a summon.




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