I want to say this sentence with proper grammar - can you please guide me? "I don't judge people based upon race, creed, color or gender. I judge them based upon spelling, grammar, sentence structure and punctuation." What proposition should I use and when? "on" or "upon".
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I struggle with grammar and writing in general. I love to communicate, but the details of grammar and punctuation often stump me.
Enjoyed your answer - simply and straight forward and deferring to the experts.
Thanks Kelly, I feel a simple answer is sometimes the best. As writers we can tend to become too verbose at times for our own good. I too sometimes struggle with grammar.
Wowza! What a fantastic answer complete with a diagram to direct the author to be focused TO the reader.
I especially like your "context within the content".
Thank you very much!
Great answer with a fun example. Thank you!
It is interesting how we sometimes prefer more formality. I didn't see this question as one of formality until I read the answers. I can clearly see how that one word could be more formal.
I am with you on the traditional.
Thank you for sharing. You go girl!
Thank you for contributing.
Greatly appreciate it.
Thank you so much for sharing. And thank for the good luck - always need luck!