posted by Renee on .
Having trouble how to start of my three sentence about credit with pronouns, adjectives,and adverbs. Adjectives and adverbs confuse me or I'm very confused to them. Sentences using pronouns, adjectives, and adverbs writing your credit problems. First sentence: My Aunt Shell had destroyed what credit I had at the age of 25yrs old. Second: I had to file charges on my only Aunt for destroying my credit for her owe personal gain. HELP
(1) Neither sentence contains an adverb.
(2) "owe" should be "own".
My Aunt Shell had destroyed what credit I had at the age of 25yrs old. This sentence starts out with the possessive pronoun "My" and includes the pronoun "I" later. The last part of the sentence is strange, though. Who was 25? You? Your aunt? And we say/write "...at the age of 25." To add "yrs old" is unnecessary and incorrect.I see no adjectives or adverbs in there except if you want to count the possessive "My" as an adjective modifying "Aunt Shell."
I had to file charges on my only Aunt for destroying my credit for her owe personal gain. This sentence starts out with the personal pronoun "I" and includes two instances of "my" and one instance of "her" later. I think you mean "own" instead of "owe."
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I'm not getting what I need to do can someone give me example on a sentence describing a personal finance problem with pronoun,adjectives,adverbs, and comparison.
My experience happen when I first applied for a department credit card and other credit twenty-eight years ago. I found it was fun to have credit to shop with and pay later. When the bills started coming in the mail, and looking at them, I was deeply hurt.I had to start putting myself on a budget plan. After all the cards and credit was paid completely off, I demolish all of them except one. Now I am a person who budget very carefully.
So Cindy ... how did you help Renee? You wrote her assignment for her, which she could easily copy and paste and call her own. Do you think SHE learned anything ... beyond "if you post here someone will do your work for you"?
answer: fun, hurt, deeply,demolish,carefully, and (completely) wasn't sure about completely. No, I did not copy her work, but that help me understand what I need to do. Having an examples just helps me. Plus I did look at other sites you gave me. Thanks Everyone
Oh, good. I'm glad you worked on your own. You learn much more when working with your own ideas and words.