"March is a month of considerable frustration - it is so near spring and yet across a great deal of the country the weather is still so violent and changeable that outdoor activity seems light years away."
Please note: The MARS / WARS and FADS sessions are back on Skype for another week, but a couple of Lynne's sessions have been cancelled. Check the calendar for dates and times.
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Well... Greetings everyone! First thank's a lot @bubbli (What's up dude?!) for supporting me about this topic!))
How i'm just said i'm from Russia and here we have a lot of expressions in all sorts of themes, that very hard to understand without commas and dots! Here's one of them in russian: "Казнить нельзя помиловать!" that with comma in one place means one thing but with comma in other place means another! Here are examples still in russian (watch for commas): 1) "Казнить нельзя, помиловать!" means "Execute not, pardon!", in second 2) "Казнить, нельзя помиловать!" means "Penalty, can not be pardoned!". So now we know how a one little comma can change everything and save someones live! Will be appreciate for comments, thank you for attention!