Monday, March 24, 2014

Just helping out.

First, of all, here's a handy guide on how to actually use the ellipsis.

It is not used to separate two sentences.  That is the job of... a period.
And you always use three dots, unless you want to use the ellipsis to come at the end of the sentence.  In that case, you should use four dots.   Not five.  Not six.
Four dots.

Secondly, the word Tuesday is meant to be capitalized.   Yep.  It should be.

Third, the word is charge.
NO DOOR CHARGED means that the door has not been plugged to the wall socket and powered up.  Yes, that doesn't really make any sense.

Fourth, the word "yourself" is a single word.

Lastly, realize that there is nothing wrong with choosing to stick to one's vernacular if one isn't used to a second language.  It might help communicate things in a clearer and more professional manner.

I wish you the best.


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