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Past Tense
Sing. Plural ...

Waswere
In the subjunctive mood the plural form were should be used w...

First Personal Pronoun
The use of the first personal pronoun should be avoided as mu...

Summonsummons
Don't say "I shall summons him," but "I shall summon him." Su...

Furtherfarther
Further is commonly used to denote quantity, farther to denot...

Fleefly
These are two separate verbs and must not be interchanged. Th...

N. Y.
In writing to the President the superscription on the envelop...

English Language
The English language is the tongue now current in Engla...


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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