I think you mean soul, and your not scary. You are as scary as seeing Elmo in ally-way
i am really tired today, can you take over my shift Mary.
You forgot to capitalize the first word in a sentence, and I is supposed to be capitalized.
Swimming is a great way to exercise.
So, you know what a gerund is. Its a verb used as the noun , and ends in -ing.
Singular and Plural Possessive Nouns are when you are showing that something belongs to the subject. An example is, " Me and Elliot went to Johnny's house." The apostrophe in the name Johnny shows that the house belongs to Johnny.
Singular and Plural Possessive Nouns
In part 1, we didn't explain what homophones are and we are sorry. So, homophones are words that sound the same, but they don't have the same meaning or spelling.
Homophones Part 2.
Capitalization Rules. Part 2
Again, sorry we forgot to define captiatization rules. They are the rules to what words to capitalize in a sentence. The person, place, thing, or idea.