and I’m back….
Who am I?
Let me tell you more about myself:
Just creeping cause nobody is supposed to know.
If he knew the things I did, he couldn’t handle it!
I leave him down , though I might mess around.
It’s only because I need some affection!
I creep around because I need attention
Don’t mess around with my affections.
Let me tell you how I came to be:
I’m used to seperate lists
I am also used to separate clauses (the smallest grammatical unit that can express meaning):
“My cousin, who lives in Ottawa is awesome!
who lives in Ottawa is a relative clause.
When you use the phrase “who lives in Ottawa” I (your grammatical comma) accurately assist you in your quest to add more detail about your cousin’s wherabouts (maybe the information is significant to what you’re going to use me to explain next, or maybe it’s random. But not including me, your grammatical comma, is just not OK. You have to make sure I’m in the mix, when it comes to sentences like this! You dig?
So what do you think of my country grammar?