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Bad Presentation Writing The Oxford Guide To English

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Com for more details plough ° Amer. plow pommel knob, saddle-bow poppadam postilion powwow predacious ° not predaceous predominant(ly) ° not predominate(ly) premise (verb) to say as introduction premises (plural noun) foregoing matters, building premiss (in logic) proposition primeval principal chief principle fundamental truth, moral basis prise force open Prive Council Privy Counsellor program (in computing) ° Amer. in all senses programme (general) proletariat promoter pukka pummel pound with fists pupillage putt (in golf) pyjamas ° Amer.

Debenhams, Barclays Bank). No apostrophe is necessary in a Debenhams store or in (go to or take to) the cleaners. 5. The apostrophe must not be used: a. with the plural non-possessive -s: notices such as TEA'S are often seen, but are wrong. b. with the possessive of pronouns: hers, its, ours, theirs, yours; the possessive of who is whose. ° it's = it is; who's = who is. ° There are no words her's, our's, their's, your's. g. g. padre) is found are: accoutre centre louvre * acre * euchre * lucre amphitheatre fibre lustre * cadre goitre manoeuvre calibre litre * massacre * meagre ochre sepulchre * mediocre * ogre sombre metre (note meter philtre sceptre the measuring reconnoitre theatre device) sabre titre mitre spectre * wiseacre nitre ° All but those marked * are spelt with -er in Amer.

47 -y or -ey adjectives =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- When -y is added to a word to form an adjective, the following changes in spelling occur: 1. 16). 2. 17). Exceptions: a. After u: bluey gluey tissuey b. In words that are not well established in the written language, where the retention of -e helps to clarify the sense: cagey cottagey dicey dikey matey pacey pricey villagey Note also holey (distinguished from holy); phoney (of unknown origin).

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