How do you show possession to more than one noun? For example, would you say, “Tom and Jerry’s TV show” and “Ryan and my anniversary”? This troublesome construction is called “compound possession” or “joint possession.” Read on for rules on how to use it correctly.
Transition words and phrases make reading a story more natural and enjoyable. A story–also called a narrative–is a series of events that should flow together smoothly. In a narrative, most transitions are chronological, such as the ones in Feé’s story Part 1: When Feé was just about five months old When we got back FinallyContinue reading “Pro Tip: Transition Words and Phrases”