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Get your Tip Sheet before June 15 Editor's Notes #99
June 01, 2011

Words differently arranged have a different meaning,
and meanings differently arranged have different effects.

-- Blaise Pascal

In this issue:

1. Proper and common nouns
2. Tickled my funnybone
3. Interesting Web site

1.Proper and common nouns
Those words that constantly trip you up when it comes to capitalization can drive you crazy.

Today you have a limited time to download the latest Writer's Helper Tip Sheet. It gives you rules and examples to help you sort out which nouns get capital letters and which do not. This Tip Sheet is yours free until June 15, 2011 10:00 p.m. PDT. Simply click the link to download your copy.(Link removed because deadline has passed.) (You will need to able to open a pdf file to read the Tip Sheet. You can download a free copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader.)

If you cannot download the Tip Sheet, email me and I can send you a copy. This may take a few days because I may not have consistent Internet service during this period.


2.Tickled my funnybone
"Juvenile Court to Try Shooting Defendant"


3. Interesting Web site
If grammar is your nemesis, you may find helpful. It gives brief definitions and offers worksheets for those who need practice or help to sort out the details.


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