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Grammar Codes & Abbreviations. Letter to Steve Jobs’ Wife, Laurene . WW: Wrong Wrong. You’re husband was to bored with school and unsure weather going to college was the choice he should of made.

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grammar codes abbreviations

Grammar Codes & Abbreviations

Letter to Steve Jobs’

Wife, Laurene

ww wrong wrong
WW: Wrong Wrong
  • You’re husband was to bored with school and unsure weather going to college was the choice he should of made.

Your husband was too bored with schoolandunsure whether going to college was the choice he should have made.

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I betcha dem fools are kicking

themselfs for not adopting Steve.

  • I bet thosefoolish people are kicking themselves for not adopting Steve.
rw or awk reword awkward
RW or Awk: Reword/Awkward
  • By discovering the calligraphy class, helped Steve create the Macintosh computer.

By Discovering the calligraphy class helped Steve create the Macintosh computer.

  • By discovering the calligraphy class, Steve was able to create the Macintosh computer.
num writing out numbers
NUM: Writing out Numbers
  • Jobs started Apple when he was 20, but by 1985 he got fired when he was 30.
  • Jobs started Apple when he was twenty, but by 1985 he got fired when he was thirty.
  • Exceptions to this rule apply to dates/addresses: See WR: P9-g
trans transitions
Trans: Transitions
  • First of all,
  • Furthermore,
  • In addition,
  • Also,
  • Another reason
  • Finally,
  • All in all,
abv avoiding abbreviations
ABV: Avoiding Abbreviations

Jobs & Wozniak created Apple in a garage.

Jobs and Wozniak created Apple in a garage.

I’m thinking OMFG, how did Jobs get fired from his own company?

I’m thinking oh my (gosh, god, goodness), how did Jobs get fired from his own company?

Jobs had two WTF moments when he got fired from Apple and was told he had cancer.

Jobs had two surprising moments when he got fired from Apple and years later was told he had cancer.

vt verb tense
VT: Verb Tense
  • During college, Steve return Coke bottles, sleep on friends’ floors, and never worry about the future or be successful.
  • During college, Steve returned Coke bottles, slept on friends’ floors, and never worried about the future or being successful.
s v subject verb agreement
S/V: Subject/Verb agreement
  • There was only Jobs and Woz when Apple was created.
  • There were only Jobs and Woz when Apple was Created.
prn agr noun pronoun agreement
Prn-Agr: Noun/Pronoun Agreement
  • A customer can bring their device to any Apple retail store for help.
  • Customers can bring their devices to any Apple retail store for help.
spec specific words needed
Spec: Specific Words Needed
  • He, she, him, her, it
  • They, them their, there
  • We, our, us, YOU
  • He felt they copied it although he admits copying from them.
  • Your husband felt Windows copied the Mac although he admits copyingfromZerox.
shift writing in 1 st 2 nd or 3 rd person
Shift: Writing in 1st, 2nd, or 3rd person
  • More students should drop out, so you can find you’re true passion in life.

More students should drop out, so they can find their true passion in life.

mm misplaced modifier
MM: Misplaced Modifier
  • After dropping out of college, the Macintosh helped make using computers easier for people.
  • After dropping out of college, Stevecreated the Macintosh, which helped make using computers easier for people.
cite crediting an outside source
CITE: Crediting an Outside Source
  • In my opinion, you’ve got to find what you love.
  • I agree with Steve Jobs when he states, “You’ve got to find what you love.”
fr fragment
FR: Fragment
  • Although many people own some type of Apple product.
  • Although Many people own some type of Apple product.
ro run on
RO: Run-on
  • Steve was rejected by the first set of adoptive parents they didn’t want to adopt a boy.
  • Steve was rejected by the first set of adoptive parents because they didn’t want to adopt a boy.
cs comma splice
CS: Comma Splice
  • I love downloading music to my iPod, my friend says he doesn’t like using iTunes.
  • I love downloading music to my iPod, but my friend says he doesn’t like using iTunes.
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