I hope your week and month are going well. I read this article recently and thought I would pass the information onto you. Cec Murphy wrote an interesting article on the use of the word only. Hope you enjoy it.
I’m amazed at the way careless writers use only. Too often it becomes a misplaced modifier. To place it correctly, you need to put only next to the part of the sentence you want to modify.
What’s the difference between these two sentences?
- Posted in: Writing