Move those posts to grammatical mutterings. They are a very welcome addition there. Great resource. Awesome teachings from Josh.
...in the phrase " Hello Josh "...
...now that we've established that Hello Josh is not a clause.
So - about the comma, or the absence of one, in the phrase " Hello Josh ", which is not a clause, should be there because of some rule which is about clauses?
Did you drink?
Do I drink? - no - not at the moment.
As we were taught, there are rules for letters (messages), one of which is about signatures.Your final line (your name or alike in the very end) doesn't take the full stop -- it means you name or another alias hangs there without a full stop or any other such marking.
...but-- I'm surprised Josh hasn't gone ballistic because this thread is way off topic.
As we were taught, there are rules for letters (messages), one of which is about signatures.
It's easy to ignore a thread. All you have to do is choose not to open it.
Ersi, you're hot Estonian!;) Don't you have some fun sometimes?
I tried once. It was nothing but pain and frustration.
A guess --- it is actually a header - title - with a name of someone: the first name is "Hello" and the surname is "Josh":idea: THAT way it'll work ---- but WHO'S a Hell Hello Josh???Did they mean a Hell O'Josh or something???
Frans, is it REALLY HARD to add a comma and a, say, excl.mark, huh?
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