One of the most effective pieces of creative writing of all time was started in Omaha. It is not something like To Kill A Mockingbird like you are probably thinking. Instead, it was just a two word phrase that almost everyone knows: “Got Milk?” It may seem like the simplest work one could possibly do, but this is a great example of how your understanding the rules of language allows you to break the rules when the time is right. And you too can know those rules inside and out thanks to English tutors in Omaha.
Think about it. If you were asking a friend’s mom, you might use the phrase, “Do you have any milk?” But that is wordy and clunky. Casually, you might just use one word, “Milk?” But that has a ton of connotations you might not intend. Are you offering it? Are you asking? Got Milk cuts right to the core of what they wanted you to think. If you do not have milk, are you not cool? Working with one of our many English tutors can help you make the granular decisions like these, things that someone else might discount, but you are not someone else.
We work with you to make sure you are always using the most appropriate words and grammar, whether you need active voice or you need to learn how to use semicolons again. I still only vaguely know how to use semicolons; and I probably still do not use them correctly. You know what? I am going to go to the grammar tutors section right now and take a look for myself.
Trust when we tell you that you will need semicolons in your life at some point and you are not going to be the one using them wrong. Save that for me. Sign up with an Omaha English tutor to change that.