Archive for June, 2011

Grammar Bit #13.


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When do you use them?
When a comma just isn’t good enough!
Typically a semicolon is used for a discontinuity or pause.
It sits between two independent clauses (sentences that can stand on their own),
without the use of a conjunction (and, but, or).
EX. I have a date tonight; I cannot run errands.
The semicolon brings together two independent clauses that are related.
If you want to learn the fun way, check THIS out!

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Waiting On Wednesday (13).


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Waiting On Wednesday is from Jill, at Breaking the Spine.

Dreams of Significant Girls by Cristina Garcia

Brought together each summer at a boarding school in Switzerland, three girls learn a lot more than just French and European culture. Shirin, an Iranian princess; Ingrid, a German-Canadian eccentric; and Vivien, a Cuban-Jewish New Yorker culinary phenom, are thrown into eachother’s lives when they become roommates. This is a story of 3 paths slowly beginning to cross and merge as they spend the year apart, but the summers together. Through navigating the social-cultural shoals of the school, developing their adolescence, and learning the confusing and conflicting legacies of their families’ past, Shirin, Ingrid, and Vivien form an unbreakable bond.

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