Uncyclopedia:Spelling and grammar

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To be an expert on either Wikipedia or Uncyclopedia one must know the uses of proper gramar. The following subjects and rules will help guide an individual whether it be writing an article on the internet or for a school essay.

edit Sentence Structure

One must have an accurate understanding of how to comprise a sentence. This is one of the most easy lessons in gramar. All one has to do is type letters of the alphabet and then end it with a "." This small dot has the power to create sentences. This is currently known as the "Dot Bang Theory" in which the creation of the sentence is always created in succession of a "." or ending of a ".".

edit Punctuation

Punctuation is an art, and one must know were to place the various dots and dashes into their sentences. It is typical for the noobish writer to be worried about where to put a comma or quotation, however this noobish behavior can be avoided. Writing is a creative art therefore one must place commas dashes and slashes to make their "art" look advanced. This type of punctuation is typically used by editors of Wikipedia.

For example a Wikipedia editor might come across this following sentence; "World War two was a serious topic in debate for the presidential election of the 1940's".

The correct use of punctuation should be as follows; "(World War two), was a serious topic in debate for the presidential election of the (1940's!)"

The use of ( ) allows the sentences subject to come more apparent to the reader. Keep in mind the sentence was also writen according to the Law of Commas which is defined in the next subject.

edit The Law of Commas

The law, of commas states that one. Must use a comma whenever it can be used to separate confusing words, or ideas that are controversial.

For example the incorrect sentence; "The black man ran out of the store".

The correct use of the sentence is; "The black, man ran out of the store".

Note how the comma separates the controversial issue of race.

Example Two;"The white man bought a slave in Africa".

In that sentence a novice writer may be thrown off track by where to insert commas. This is what the sentence should look like, "The white man, bought a slave, in Africa." Once again note how the comma separates the controversial issues of a white man buying a slave in Africa. Also when a sentence is important one must isolate it in commas to bring attention to that area. For example, the, whiteman,. Note how the commas will bring special attention to Whiteman. Note that Commas are an effective tool in focusing the readers attention.

edit Required Fonts For Good Gramar

One must be familar with the use of Comic Sans to be an expert writer. The use of this type font is forbidden by the average novice. Comic sans, is the father of all good gramar skills. In order to use this hidden type face one must go days and days to prove themselves by typing in Times New Roman.

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