Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Grammar Cat #72: Piano 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!

You need an apostrophe for the contraction: I + am = I'm

IN UR PIANOE = in your piano,
Don't forget the comma!

TICKLIN UR IVOREEZ = tickling your ivories.
Don't forget the final period! This English idiom refers to the piano keys, made of ivory, as "ivories," and "to tickle the ivories" means to play the piano.

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