I suspect that this post won't be too popular... but for some goofy reason it is most important to me. How did it happen that some how I didn't remember memorizing these IMPORTANT English grammar lessons ? ? ? My college English professor at Gateway Tech., in Kenosha, WI., taught us a lot, but I guess I feel cheated that I don't remember this stuff !
Folks, I am NOT that kind of guy that tends to use my education to be snobby or rub other peoples' nose in their own ignorance to magnify myself, honestly ! But I just want to be correct in what I say and write, that's all.
When we finally get old and sick, suffering with the years, we WILL ask ourselves what we accomplished on earth, if anything, and we will also see the Lord, who will also judge us for all our actions.... and that is something I fear, to some extent, personally. I know for a fact, that God listens to my prayers, and ACTS ON THEM, when the prayer is Just and Correct. One prayer from last night actually came true to day !! Thank You, dear Lord !
From time to time, a special human being comes into my life and teaches me something worth it's weight in Gold. One piece of council was: 'when you get into higher learning, high school and college, get it your best, hardest study in the beginning, and then if something happens to you latter, at least you can "coast" on those "good grades" toward your final ending grade." Well, that worked for me, in college. And in my humble opinion, the same holds true in Finance and Investments too; It's so important to at least BEGIN your investments as fast as you can to build up that "nest egg," and Gold and Silver is a GREAT start ! That time is short now, where we will NOT see the PM's [Precious Metals] so cheap as RIGHT NOW ! ! ! I kid you not. Once the Dominos start falling, and they have already started, the prices of PM's will shoot up to the sky, and few will be able to afford them. Please consider this, and act right NOW! You will bless me if you do.
I well know what Eccl. has to say about: "Time and unforeseen circumstances," Please look up: Ecclesiastes 9: 11........ that the swift do not have the race.... etc. --- but it's good to store up some goodies for a rainy day, but also love and serve the Lord God.
Conjunctions - synonyms or related words
formalused for introducing a comment that slightly changes or reduces the effect of what you said before it
conjunctionused for introducing a statement that makes your main statement seem surprising
conjunctionused for introducing a statement that makes what you have just said seem less true or less likely
conjunctionif: sometimes used for emphasizing that something may not be true
linguisticsa causal conjunction such as “because” introduces a statement describing the cause of something
linguisticsa word that is used to join words, phrases, clauses, and sentences, for example “and,” “because,” and “but”
nouna word such as “and” or “but” that joins two parts of a sentence that are of equal importance
linguisticstwo words that are correlative are often used together but not usually used next to each other. For example, “either” and “or” are correlative conjunctions.
informala way of writing “because” that shows how it sounds in informal conversation
conjunctionused for introducing a situation that may happen or may be real, especially when talking about its results
conjunctionused for introducing a situation or condition that must exist before something else happens
conjunctionused for introducing a situation that does not exist now and is unlikely or impossible, especially when talking about its imaginary results
conjunctionused for introducing a situation that might have existed in the past but did not exist, especially when talking about what its results might have been
conjunctionused for saying how you feel about the possibility that something may happen or be true
conjunctionused when politely asking someone to do something or when asking for permission to do something
conjunctionused for introducing a remark that makes your description seem slightly less positive or certain
conjunctionused for referring to something that someone may have noticed, before explaining the reason for it
conjunctionused for suggesting that something may possibly be more or less, better or worse, etc. than you have stated
spokenused for introducing a negative expression to emphasize that you think something is very surprising or shocking
formalused for adding a comment that explains or makes clearer what you have just said
formalused for talking about the degree to which something happens, or the situation in which something happens
conjunctionused for connecting possibilities or choices. In a list, “or” is usually used only before the last possibility or choice
conjunctionused between two similar numbers for showing that you do not know what the exact number is
conjunctionused for introducing a comment that corrects or adds more information to what you have just said
conjunctionused when you are trying to show that something must be true, by saying that the situation would be different if it was not true
nouna word such as “because,” “while,” “that,” “which,” or “who” that begins a subordinate clause and connects it to the main part of a sentence
conjunctionused for saying that if something does not happen, something else will happen or be true as a result
very formalan old word meaning “as a result of the action that has been mentioned”
literaryused for showing that something happens just after or because of something that has been mentioned
conjunctionused for saying that it does not matter which of two possibilities is true, because the situation will be the same
formalused for saying that although you accept that something is true, there are also doubts or facts that you cannot ignore