Lie and Lay

LAY: to put down; needs an object (transitive)LIE: to recline; never takes an object (intransitive) For example, when you feel tired at the end of the day, you may LIE down. But you can’t “lie” a book anywhere, and you can’t “lay” down (no object) at the end of the Read more…

Capital and Capitol

CAPITAL: an adjective, meaning several things such as: “upper case” (as in a capital “C”)“punishable by death”“chief in importance” CAPITAL: a noun, meaning:“a town or seat that is the seat of state government”“wealth in the form of money or property” CAPITOL: a noun, meaning:“a building in which a state legislative body Read more…

Subordinating Conjunctions

A subordinating conjunction provides a necessary transition between two ideas in a sentence; one is the main/independent clause and one is the dependent (subordinate) clause. Here are 50 of them to help you. Please follow and like us:

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