Hello Madame Moselle, I seem to have been transported to this strange fantasy!
Oh, well you probably need help with grammar, you seem a little . . . pre-historic.
Well, for starters, you might need to learn about apostrophes. You can call me Ma'am if you want to, not Madame!
Oh, I see what you mean, it makes the word shorter, and easier to use!
You might need to learn about ellipses too! They omit text, so you don't have to write as much!
Are you sure I shouldn't just recite the whole declaration of Independence? No? Okay.
Have you guys read "Twilight"? It's about how these two . . . the end!
What's next to learn in our quest to stop grammar mistakes in its path should we learn about apples or potatoes or should we have fun riding slides?
Ok then, I think I know what to learn next! Run-on sentences are an important skill to learn! You need to use internal punctuation, like commas. Or split up your ideas into different sentences!
Thank you for showing me the grammar rules! They will help me greatly in life young, um, Ma'am! Can I please go back to my universe?
Let's review! First, we learned about apostrophes, and how they can make words smaller and easier to use! Next, we learned about ellipses, and how they can omit text. Finally, we learned about run-on sentences, and how they can be shortened or split up!
Thank you for teaching me! I must go now, but thank you so much! I will respect your kindness always!
Of course! We'll send you right back! Thank you for learning your grammar rules!