"Me" or "myself"?
Which one is correct grammatically: "I have a PDA with me" or "I have a PDA with myself"?
I think unless you really need to reiterate that you have a PDA as you are pulling it out to say that you have one, which makes less sense the more you think abou it.
Then all you really need to say is:
I have a PDA.
Tuition payment can be sent to my Paypal account by midnight. Or else I revoke my englsih degree from your cirriculum scores.
by shanu baba 9 days ago
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my article? What can I do to improve? Thanks!Here is my article: quotes of the Day (must be signed in to view)
by Kathleen Odenthal 3 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 be a bit of a grammar and spelling snob, but I feel like those two elements are...
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Hello guys!I just want to ask something, as you can see on my subject of my topic, I am confused when to put comma after the word "and"? I have read hubs about how to use comma, but some time I see sentences where comma is preceded by the word and.I know how to use comma like: use a comma...
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