Thank you to the winners: Anna Todd, Karyn Highet, Lisa Stumpf, Susan Czubiak, Bobbi J. Stonskas, and Geri Moran.
- It is very tedious, in my opinion, to type on a flat screen.
- The blog--even after the extensive upgrade we purchased last quarter-- was still slow to load on mobile devices.
[emphatic, dramatic, long, and on a slightly different topic-em dashes]
- The most widely accessible option, according to the magazine, is still the print version.
- The company that provides the fastest downloads is still XYZ.
[relative clause essential to the meaning-no punctuation]
- Norman, who arrived at the classroom before the computers were turned on, noticed the change in temperature right away.
[relative clause nonessential to the meaning-commas]
- A more extended listing (see Appendix B) has been compiled by XYZ Press.
- What will the effect/affect of the new restrictions be?
- The new director will effect/affect some changes in the current policy.
- The revisions to the software will effect/affect how we use it.
- How will the new functions effect/affect our template?
- What effect/affect will the new interface have on our compliance initiative?
- The change is to/too difficult to explain over the phone.
- I want to upgrade the operating system, to/too.
- The file is to/too large to fit on my flash drive.
- The goal is to/too enhance functionality without increasing costs.
- To/too encourage use, we will offer to/too/two new incentives.
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