Saturday, October 4, 2014

Grammar Cat #118: Anti-Gravity Cat

Can you help this cat? Think about how to improve the English and then click "Show Correct Cat" to see a corrected version. There are some English notes at the bottom; if you have a question that is not answered there, leave a comment!






LAW OV GRAVITEE, = Law of Gravity,
This follows the same capitalization rules as the title of a book; both "Law" and "Gravity" are capitalized. When used in a regular sentence, "law of gravity" can be capitalized or not (it's really your choice), but here it is being personified as if it were the name of a person, so it is capitalized: Law of Gravity.

I DEEFY U = I defy you.
Don't forget the final period or, if you prefer, an exclamation mark: I defy you!




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