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Standing in the rain, I stared. participle in the beginning
Norton, our old janitor, died yesterday. appositive
Nice fur covered her cool jacket. weak adjectives, nice cool
I got up and went over to the lawyer and looked at him. change the verbs
He bought some fruit and vegetables and drinks at the store. change the nouns
During the concert she strolled up to her and whispered his message about her. too many pronouns, she her his her
After the exam we ordered chinese food. capitalization, Chinese
Tim my best friend is a black belt in karate. needs commas after Tim and before is
Befor the trip we struggled through a difficult dilema. spelling, dilemma
I was upset because Sam didn't make the team and he was frustrated too so I brought him some glazed and jelly doughnuts. too many conjunctions, because, and, so, and
Created by: Hausrita