posted on Mar, 25 2010 @ 08:15 PM
reply to post by sv_gravity 800
You've come a long way, 'gravity'...and have done well. Contratulations.
If you wish to improve (and it seems that you do) just keep checking every time you aren't sure.
I have one for you, you've used it here several times, just in case you weren't aware (and this is NOT critical, at all...meant to help, might avoid
some future embarrasment)>
The word 'threw' versus the word 'through'.
They are homonyms, but of course have completely different meanings.
'threw' is a verb, as in "He threw the ball."
'through' is a...actually, I don't know whether it's an adjective, or an adverb...it has different usages, to be honest....here are two:
"He passed through
"I've been through
enough pain for one lifetime."
Compared to a synonym for "ended" or "over and done with", such as:
"She said to her boyfriend, 'That's it! We're through!'"
[edit on 25 March 2010 by weedwhacker]