OK, this takes all of the fun out of it, but in an effort to be transparent:- Tony sees margee offer grammar advice that appears inconsistent with decades-old atrophied recollection of middle-school English.- In a distorted pre-Advil state of mind, Tony attempts to square advice with recollection while - aware of the risks of publicly correcting anyone - deliberately introducing a few statements calculated to provoke reactions.- Hilarity ensues. Well, not really.Thank you for playing. I'm gonna go self-medicate.
Speaking of grammar, will we be having a specific stylebook we'll have to follow in law school? I tend to do better when I have a book that tells me what to do on the obscure rules that change from High School to High School, such as where to put commas and how to use semi-colons and hyphens.One grammar thing I'm really worried about is the spacing after a comma. I grew up in the world when we always double-spaced after a comma. That's supposedly incorrect now. Yet even with the non-monospace fonts, I still think double-spacing makes the paragraphs more readable. I don't know that I'll be able to train myself not to double space after a period all too easily.
I don't think the transcript receipt gets reflected on freshlaw. I sent mine in a while back - I think they just need it on file to prove that you have an undergraduate degree.