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State and federal funding does not provide enough to maintain a high-quality education, Aghakhanian writes, so Measure I could provide a much-needed boost to BUSD’s coffers.
Reader Janice has noticed a trend involving the word fraught. “Things used to be fraught with something (danger, enmity, etc.),” she wrote. “But now they are just fraught.”
The Wednesday, Jan. 8, edition of the Leader featured a full-page ad that encourages voters to not sign petitions that express opposition to the upcoming La Terra project located at 777 Front St.
There’s a one-word key to finding the answer: subjunctive. That’s the term for the grammar dynamic that determines whether “was” or “were” is best.
A compound modifier is two or more words working like an adjective to modify another word, usually a noun.
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