If’s, but’s, maybe’s and possibly’s.

If’s, but’s, maybe’s and possibly’s.

If a plural word is being quoted in a sentence, it is often written with an apostrophe, though the apostrophe can be omitted if there would be confusion.

There are too many if’s, but’s, maybe’s and possibly’s in this proposal.

You can argue forever against the if’s, but’s and maybe’s, and undoubtedly we need to work on improving our conversion rate.

Write a few sentences containing if, but, maybe and possibly. For example:

If I were a rich man then maybe you would marry me, but how could I possibly know what you are thinking?

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Spacings improve the readability of your text.


Spacings improve the readability of your text.

If you love something ,then set it free .If it comes back to you , it’s yours .
If you love something, then set it free. If it comes back to you, it’s yours.

Insert one space between each word.

Insert one space following (not before) periods, commas, semicolons, colons, exclamation points, question marks, and quotation marks.

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Improve your written English.

Here are some simple ways to improve your written English:

1. Avoid slang words such as gonna, woulda, coulda, coz, guyz, boyz, bro, etc. Although these are common in spoken English they should never be used in your writing.

2. Avoid texting abbreviations such as u, r, ur, lol, omg, etc. It gives the impression that you are lazy and poorly educated.

3. Always capitalise the first person pronoun ‘I’ even if it is in the body of a sentence.

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