You have no doubt encountered the tricky subject of whether to say “I” or “me” in a sentence. Which of these sentences is correct: “My aunt made lunch for my brother and I”, or “My aunt made lunch for my brother and me?” If you didn’t know, it’s the second one – but don’t feel bad! This humorous reference guide is here to help with tricks for Grammar, Spelling and Punctuation to both improve your writing and refresh you on the basics. Each topic is broken into 1-3 page snippets with small tricks and clever illustrations to cement each tip. While certainly not on par with a textbook, this is a nifty supplement to keep handy for any student. 128 pages, softcover.
Full of fascinating information about the English language, Write Every Time will help to conquer spelling slip-ups and punctuation pitfalls. From getting to grips with grammar to discovering the perfect place to position punctuation--from a simple full stop to the more mysterious apostrophe.
These materials are resources for the teacher or student, offering instruction and ideas for teaching children to write but not providing "in-book" assignments/practice.