A Grammars Tips from a Hey Anymore pt. 1

Hey anymore!

Maybe someones is to be back! A who, a who!?!

Of course it’s a ME! Yeah, HEY ANYMORE IS BACK, and it is gonna be good really. Zooo good you gonna say OMJ. OH MY JUICES! Maybe I am to very back to write an atay thengs, and an random things to chikka about, and to make criticize and scrutinize a weird phenomena, beliefs and practices of a people and things. (Scrutinize!?! LOL)

So maybe is a more than a year already since a last vlogs no? A last topic is to be me in a newspaper, before Hey Anymore is to be transferred in a new place called the Land of Dutertes. Yes, Hey Anymore is already in a Davao Sitey, where a peoples is to say, “Life is here,” which, I find wrong in many levels bacos it is supposed to be a say, “Life is here GUD.” You know, is a usual Davao way of annoying me. But iz okay bacos I am already be to be adapt in that kind of talking GUD, so is gonna be okay already GUD. Hihi

Anyways, me is to ask myself what kind of a tofic to talk about. What best way to start the vlogs rolling again than to tackles a topic that a peoples always a point to me as a mistakes: my grammars. I don’t know for them uy, but I think that I am a very good in sentence construction gud. So maybe, mayve, I am to be very present to a common things a peoples mistake in a writing sentences, and in a constructing clauses. You know gud, a lot of grammar nazis are their in a world, so maybe Hey Anymore is to be help you to be avoiding a certain Hitler croonies. So weird only know bacos why a people label it a grammar nazi when a Nazi is a German and not an American no? Maybe a grammar nazis is to be criticized a German way of talking no? And not an english? HA!? *snap snap snap*

But anywayz gud, Hey anymore preezents to you a lists to make yourself a better writer for the world! Enjoy and learns a peoples!

1. a, an, and when it is to be gonna be used in a plural or singular nouns

So maybe when I was a child, a teachers to tell me about the difference ‘a’ and ‘an’. An lot of an peoples is to be mistake that ‘a’ precedes word that starts with consonants, and ‘an’ with vowels. They are wrong gud. Maaybe you are to use an ‘an’ preceding a word which starts with a vowel, and ‘a’ with vowel. Is that to be a understand? *wink wink*

2. their, there, they’re

Actually is not difference onleh. Is only different spelling, but when an peoples is be use it in a sentence, iz gonna be the same onleh. So don’t bother gud.

3. subject-verb agreement

In one of a my references, is to say that:

When speaking or writing in the present tense, a sentence must have subjects and verbs that agree in number. If the subject is singular, the verb must be singular. If the subject is plural, the verb must be plural as well. For example:

Incorrect: The recipe is good for beginning chefs.
Incorrect: The recipes are good for beginning chefs.
Correct: The recipes is good for beginning chefs.
Correct: The recipe are good for beginning chefs.

So is an very easy onleh no? Maybe you are to be only thinks that is plural a subject, a verb is to have an ‘s” also. Is very easy only gud.

4. ‘come there’, ‘go here’

So maybe is a very easy onleh this problem and mistakes of an peoples. Maybe if you are to be a place and you want a person to go to a near you, maybe your are to tell them “Go here.” And when you are to tell a person to go to a place a far from you, maybe you are only to say “come there.” So we are to make a code: is to be GH (go here) and CT (come there). So is an easy only gud, no?

5. ‘affect’, ‘effect’

From an very reliable sources of Hey Anymore, it is to be said that:

Here’s a trick to help you remember: “Effect” is almost always a verb (e.g., Facebook effects people’s attention spans), and “affect” is almost always a noun (e.g., Facebook’s affects can also be positive). “Effect” means to influence or produce an impression — to cause hence, an Affect. “Affect” is the thing produced by the effecting agent; it describes the result or outcome.

But is not always a case gud. Bacos sometimes, ‘affect’ can also be used to be an noun. But sometimes onleh, depends when you wants to be like to use it gud.


So that ends Hey Anymore’s first wave of a grammer lessons for a people like you who are to be a victims of a lots of a grammar nazis everywhere in a worlds. Maybe a peoples is to recommend this vlogs to an everyone bacos its a very helpful gud no? Maybe I am to claim myself as an CERTIFIED GRAMMAR EXPERT. *snap snap snap*



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