I saw the word, ‘USAers’ in the lead copy of Reuter’s news titled ‘Gippered’ in Time magazine (September 6), which says: “More than 1/3 of USAers say they are worse off under Bam. Warning-sign ...
I grew up learning that the comma must be placed there, but it seems like an unnecessary interruption in a phrase that isn't ever spoken that way.
I've been trying to find an answer to this question for some time, and have finally decided to... well, buck up some courage and ask. In sentences like these two "Hello, Mary, how are you?" ...
What is the author trying to convey with the word 'O' in the following: He has told you, O man, what is good;
It is Thanksgiving. My wife wants to write new Skype status and to say 'thank you' to people who help and support, and just to everyone who will read it. So, what is correct, and/or more commonly ...