I posted this a while ago, and when I saw the other grammar post (I vs. me), I decided to post this.I'm not 100% sure this works every time, but I know it works at least most of the time.Here's what I remember: Who = He, Whom = Him****Who took the trash out? He took the trash out. To Whom is this letter addressed? The letter is addressed to him.This is a good rule of thumb. If any grammar experts want to make a point, reply or send me a message and I'll edit this post.EDIT: I see that some people are getting a little confused.You don't say "To whom is the letter addressed? To him is the letter addressed."This tip only deals with deciding who vs. whom; you must still change word order.
I've noticed in the past few months that an LPT's comments are far superior to any of the posts themselves in most cases. Also, I'm posting this cause I kinda wanna see why this is wrong too.
This only works well on hard surfaces and works best if the glass is transparent:**After picking up the largest and most obvious pieces of glass, grab a flashlight or turn on the flare feature of your phone's flash. Turn off the room's lights and hold the flashlight at ground level, parallel to the floor, and shine it across the room. The tiny shards you missed will catch the light and glint, making them very easy to spot. Use a damp paper towel to wipe them up. Teamwork definitely makes this more efficient, but doing this will make sure one of these doesn't end up lodged in your foot.Edit: I suppose I should add that I do take a broom or vacuum over it first, but even after that, I find that it's hardly a sure thing.
That way, if you need to measure something but you don't have a ruler, you can easily figure out an approximation.
Let me clarify. Do not lie about your resume. use these words to think and reflect on your prior experiences. during interview a hiring manager will ask you to elaborate on things like leadership, teamwork, conflict management, etc... for college graduates, this is exactly why we encourage students to volunteer for charity work, big brother program, or even boy/Girl Scout. Find an internship at local gov agencies or some political campaign... Do you goto church? Do you teach kids? There are many available opportunities to build your resume or just simply reflect on your prior accomplishments that you didn't really think about.
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