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mike thanks for clearing up the meaning of caps, i thought caps was a slang term used by someone of the african american persuasion, you know like when they say " sup suka, you disn me ! cause ifen you is, i be busten a couple caps in your a....well anyway i stand corrected, thanks bro !

mothergoose said:
what is caps?
Thanks Eric. I've always thought Caps meant more "emphasis" on certain words. Good to know.
YAYYY, IT'S SATURDAYYY, YAYYY, YAYY!!!
He said BUST A CAP !!!!!
WOO HOO !!!
Hey , isnt there a Busta Rhymes !!!!!
feh. time to go outside and play!!
Mike said:
The series of words that form a statement/question are called a sentence. A capital letter at the beginning, with a period at the end. Next week we will discuss paragraphs, run-on sentences, and comma splices. Tune in! LOL!

Since we are correcting grammer; The series of words..... IS a sentance. There ARE many words there IS one sentance.
disclaimer: (The caps in the previous line were intended to bring attention to the grammer I was addressing and should not be construed as yelling. ) :)
Not really following that. A series of words does not necessarily constitute a “sentance”. Perhaps we should begin with spelling before “grammer”. (Grammer = Grammar) (Sentance = Sentence)

MIDiscGolfer said:
Mike said:
The series of words that form a statement/question are called a sentence. A capital letter at the beginning, with a period at the end. Next week we will discuss paragraphs, run-on sentences, and comma splices. Tune in! LOL!

Since we are correcting grammer; The series of words..... IS a sentance. There ARE many words there IS one sentance.
disclaimer: (The caps in the previous line were intended to bring attention to the grammer I was addressing and should not be construed as yelling. ) :)
LOL I knew I was going to get slammed on some part of that. I'm pretty sure I used the semicolon wrong too. any how to simplify what I was trying to say is that it is either: "Is called a sentence" (singular) or "Are called sentences" (plural). And as far as spelling pleez see mi preeveeus post.

Mike said:
Not really following that. A series of words does not necessarily constitute a “sentance”. Perhaps we should begin with spelling before “grammer”. (Grammer = Grammar) (Sentance = Sentence)

MIDiscGolfer said:
Mike said:
The series of words that form a statement/question are called a sentence. A capital letter at the beginning, with a period at the end. Next week we will discuss paragraphs, run-on sentences, and comma splices. Tune in! LOL!

Since we are correcting grammer; The series of words..... IS a sentance. There ARE many words there IS one sentance.
disclaimer: (The caps in the previous line were intended to bring attention to the grammer I was addressing and should not be construed as yelling. ) :)
thats funny. I have seen this certain someone and just didnt want to say anything. Sheesh, kids and their computers these day.
I think I'll have to turn myself in to the grammar police. I wonder what my sentence will be?

Did Terry actually use the term "netiquette"?

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