Yes. It is in the form of a command with an understood subject (You).
by Ashley Nickols 15 months ago
Is the word rainforest a proper noun
by R.Cochran 8 years ago
Should you worry about proper English when writing or just let the creativity flow?Why are some people so anal about grammar and sentence structure when they read something that somebody else wrote? Does creativity count for anything?
by Cagsil 7 years ago
Hey Hubbers,I'm a little tired of so many thread with regards to politics and religion, and I'm going to vent a little heated frustration.My frustration is with people's inability to know or understand Life, especially their own. I once had a poll on a hub I published, then deleted the hub,...
by Jewelz1313 6 years ago
What proper hub etiquette or lack of etiquette is allowed for people commenting on your hub?I have a lady whom is using a lot of "ALL CAPS" and her initial response was way longer than the hub. I'm trying to be mature about it all because from what I understand...
by Ruskima1951 9 years ago
Proper use of me vs. I?Which is correct? Dave and me? or Dave and I?
by Written Up 6 years ago
Does your child's school have an edible garden?
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