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Reader Response Letter Reminders. Do’s and Don’ts. Make sure you use Times New Roman (TNR) font size 12 Numbers less than 10 need to be in words – six, nine, four. Numbers 10 and larger must be in digits – 19, 2365 .

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Make sure you use Times New Roman (TNR) font size 12

  • Numbers less than 10 need to be in words – six, nine, four. Numbers 10 and larger must be in digits – 19, 2365.
  • The word “well” – don’t use it unless you are talking about water from the well
  • Use a punctuation mark only once –
  • not !!!
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Underline the title of the book every time you use it, not just the first time

  • Don’t use + for the word ‘and’
  • Don’t begin a sentence with the word “And”
  • Be specific about the kind of fiction: historical fiction, realistic fiction, science fiction – don’t just say fiction
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9. Know the difference between the words loose and lose:

    • You will lose your netbook if you don’t keep it in your locker or backpack.
    • My pants are too loose and they keep falling down.
    • HINT: You lose an ‘o’ in lose.
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10. Know the difference between the words steal/steel/still

    • The thief wanted to steal my netbook.
    • The lockers are made of steel but you can still dent them with a hard kick.
    • I am still waiting for you to finish your story.