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Re: What if?
« on: May 23, 2013, 11:40:45 am »
Why a dot? Just why a dot :(?
Sorry i am habitual of using dots, is it wrong..? Anyways i'll try to avoid the unnecessary usage of dots.

Sorry, I pointed out the mistake, but I didn't correct it :). You know, to use or not to use dots depends of the sentece's structure, and I won't make you type large sentences with lots of conjuctions and commas(without dots) just because it's cooler or anything like that...

The mistake that you did is the separation of the subject and the verb. I mean, look at your sentence:  "...the dart whom phodom rescued. Was not dart ..." See it? The verb (in this case, the "was") is separeted from the subject (in this case, "the dart whom phodom rescued"). You can't put commas or dots between verbs and their subjects. This is simple wrong.

I hope you understood :D.
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