It is grammatically correct to use I instead of me. It is important when dealing with people who know their grammar or care about these nit-picky things.
by Aficionada5 years ago
Why do some people use a singular noun when they start a phrase with "one of your . . . "?They might continue by saying "[one of your] best/worst/favorite/least-favorite/best-loved/most-hated" or...
by Kathleen Odenthal3 years ago
Is there a difference between good writing and quality writing?I read a lot of hubs that are covering great topics, hitting key points and written in an engaging manner, but they have many grammatical errors. Now, I may...
by Nicholas Nelson5 years ago
Grammatically speaking, should one place two spaces or one following a mark of punctuation?
by Williamjordan6 years ago
It has bee said that the Changes where necessary clean up Hub pages well I just spent forty- eight hours reviewing my hubs and debating staying on at Hub pages what I have learned has me up set I have found about 15...
by enlight your soul6 years ago
My hub 'The Nutritive value of a potato' have a good score but it's saying to revise it repeatedly. I have revised it and didn't find anything weird that can be taken as violations. I have revised it now also. Will I...
by thebrucebeat6 years ago
When you read a Hub or Forum title that is grammatically challenged, does it affect your decision to read it?There is an unbelievable percentage of titles that are nearly unreadable. For a self-styled...
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