In the rst draft you get your ideas and your theme clear. Lets look at these one at a time and expand on them. Prator, C.
King, S. Some Smug Slug. But there arent comparable rules against other sentence adverbs, such as frankly or strictly speaking, which likewise dont say whos being frank or speaking strictly.
Dear Deer: a Book of Homophones. Our advice for hopefully is not to use it except in the accepted sense of in a hopeful manner She says she looks to the future hopefully not because its illogical to use it as a sentence adverb but because its so universally condemned, even though the condemnation appears superstitious.
Whose Toes Are Those? Meanwhile, consult the index at the back of the book if you need to track down a denition.
New York: Holiday House. Its usually something studied too long ago to be remembered clearly.Dyer illus. Use the right word. New York: Oxford University Press. Edwards, P. Orange, Pear, Apple, Bear. Those are among the ones most likely to change over the years. Munsinger illus. Davis, A. Whose Toes Are Those? New York: Henry Holt and Company. The Three Billy Goats Gruff. Strum illus. Newspapers had long before established Web sites and seen them as the future, but the future seemed to arrive more quickly than anticipated and before media companies were clear as to how they needed to adjust their business model to this new world. A head word is usually the noun that is the most important part of a noun phrase. Ghosn, I.