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Post by Samuel Padilla on December 21, 2015

I never thought that I would find grammar an enjoyable subject to study, but I found these lectures very fun. Even though I am no expert like professor Hendershot, I find myself trying to pick out mistakes whenever reading news articles and MATCH.com profiles.
I just hope that these lectures will help me on my upcoming MCAT exam.

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Last reply by: Professor Hendershot
Wed Jan 29, 2014 1:17 PM

Post by Rosa Avila on January 18, 2014

Jesus's twelve disciples--Peter, Andrew, James, John, et al.--went on to found the Christian religion.

In the above sentence, isn't it suppose to be "to find the Christian religion?

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:09
  • The Big Three 1:07
    • Etc./Et Cetera
    • Use a Comma Before Etc. at the End of a List
    • Never Use Etc. More Than Once in a Row
    • When Using Etc. Make Sure All Items Are of the Same Kind
    • E.g./Exempli Gratia
    • I.e./Id Est.
  • I.E. or E.G.? 3:35
    • Use E.g. to Give Examples Not Necessarily the Only Example
    • Use I.e. to Demonstrate Equivalency
    • Some Situations Can Use Either I.e. or E.g.
  • More Latin Terms 5:53
    • Sic
    • Circa
    • Et Al.
    • Viz.
  • Problematic Words 8:55
    • Versus
  • Practice 9:49
  • Practice Answers 10:30