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The Evil School Teacher's Secrets

September 1st, 2012 (12:13 pm)
busy

current mood: busy

If you think for one second you can get away with your unruly behavior, you can't.  I'm sending this message to a woman who is out of control.  I know how you want to ruin my reputation.  Your vice is my secret and what you did.  Be nice to Miss Zoe.  If you think I'm the threat, you're a threat to yourself for slammining me on your forum message board.  You deleted the blasting posts, Miss Zoe put you in your place.  Everyone knows what you are.  Behave biOtch.

Today's live cam show, the Up-skirt Whore School Teacher told the bad boys if they want to see the teacher's boobs tell her why they are in detention!  Their confessions got Miss Zoe wet, excited .... and hot in her red nylon stockings. 


 

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Ten mistakes with words

September 1st, 2012 (12:36 pm)
working

current mood: working

Hello Students:

Paragraph and Grammar 

Mistakes are often made with word usage. Unfortunately, not something remedied with spell checker.

List of ten common word usage mistakes with explanations and examples of proper use:
  1. There vs. Their vs. They're

    There is an indication of location.
    Example: I want to see that book over there.

    Their is a possessive version of they.
    Example: They took their dog to the groomer.

    They're is a contraction, short for they are.
    Example: They're going to the theatre tonight.
  2. A lot vs. Allot vs. Alot

    A lot is an indication of amount.
    Example: I have a lot of laundry to do.

    Allot means to distribute.
    Example: I will allot you two cookies.

    Alot is not a word.
  3. I.e. vs. E.g.

    I.e. means "in other words."
    Example: Writing more articles increases your website traffic. I.e., it will bring you more exposure.

    E.g. means "for example."
    Example: I have a lot of chores to do. E.g., laundry, dishes, vacuuming, dusting, etc.
  4. To vs. Too vs. Two

    To is a function word to indicate relative position.
    Example: We took the dog to the vet.

    Too can indicate excessiveness or in addition to.
    Example: The chili was too spicy.
    Example: I would like to go too.

    Two is the number 2.
    Example: I want two cookies.
  5. Its vs. It's

    Its is the possessive version of it.
    Example: Its door came off the hinges.

    It's is a contraction, short for "it is."
    Example: It's a beautiful day.
  6. You're vs. Your

    You're is a contraction, short for "you are."
    Example: You're the nicest person I've ever met.

    Your describes the possessor as someone else.
    Example: Your shirt is very wrinkled.
  7. Loose vs. Lose

    Loose is an adjective, the opposite of tight or contained.
    Example: I have loose change in my pocket.

    Lose is a verb that means "to suffer the loss of."
    Example: I hope I don't lose my car keys.
  8. Choose vs. Chose

    Choose is a present tense verb meaning "to select."
    Example: I choose to eat healthy foods.

    Chose is a past tense verb meaning "to select."
    Example: I chose to eat healthy foods.
  9. Effect vs. Affect

    Effect is usually a noun meaning "result."
    Example: The effect of increased traffic to your website is directly related to the number of articles you produce for syndication.

    Affect is usually a verb meaning "to influence."
    Example: I hope this training series will affect you in a positive way.
  10. Know vs. No vs. Now

    Know is usually a verb meaning "to understand."
    Example: I know you are not coming to the movie.

    No is a negative reply, refusal or disagreement.
    Example: There is no problem with the car.

    Now is usually an adverb meaning "at the present time or moment."
    Example: Now I can easily write and market my articles.

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