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This Muchthus Much
"This much is certain" should be "Thus much or so much is cer...

The Heading
The Heading has three parts, viz., the name of the place, the...

Sequence Of Tenses
When two verbs depend on each other their tenses must have a ...

Capital Letters
Capital letters are used to give emphasis to or call attentio...

Strength
Strength is that property of style which gives animation, ene...

The Verb
A verb is a word which implies action or the doing of somethi...

What Conversation Is And What It Is Not
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(present Tense Only)
Sing. Plural ...


FLEEFLY




Common Stumbling Blocks - Peculiar Constructions - Misused Forms.

These are two separate verbs and must not be interchanged. The principal
parts of flee are flee, fled, fled; those of fly are fly,
flew, flown. To flee is generally used in the meaning of getting
out of danger. To fly means to soar as a bird. To say of a man "He has
flown from the place" is wrong; it should be "He has fled from the
place." We can say with propriety that "A bird has flown from the
place."





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