May 28

may28“I need to buy flour, sugar and salt.”
“Don’t forget baking soda and oil.”

When you list three or more items, add a comma between them. Between the last two, use the word “and”. Some people use a comma before this final “and” and some do not. When there are only two things, use “and” with no comma.



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May 21

may21Many languages other than English are spoken in the U.S. For example, it is not uncommon to see signs in both English and Spanish. The most commonly supported languages are probably Spanish and French. This makes sense because Spanish is spoken in Mexico and French in Canada.


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May 14

may14Studying can be hard work. Don’t forget to take a break, especially when studying for a long period. Your brain needs to rest to absorb information more effectively.


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May 07

may7 wikimedia commons“Cinco de Mayo” is Spanish for May 5. This holiday is celebrated in the U.S. and Mexico. May 5, 1862, was the day of a Mexican victory against the French in the Battle of Puebla. The French army was bigger and had more weapons, but the Mexicans won easily.


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