The Grammatic Syntax of CoronavirusLeave a comment / By: chriscrown / 06 April, 2020 19:46:52PM
Hi lovely people while we #selfisolate ans #Stayathome as recommended by the government. I believe it will be nice to educate us about some terms surrunding this virus and trend. On Talkzone, we are going to be learning the right words to use when discussing about Covid-19 a.k.a Coronavirus.
Hmmmmm, yeah. I know grammar is the last thing on most people’s minds right now, but we cannot go around abusing words by misusing them. So, for the few people who care, here are six coronavirus grammar lessons:
If you stay home NOT because you came in contact with people who have the disease and NOT because you tested positive for it, but because your government insists you do, or you do so on your own volition just to eliminate or decrease your chances of getting the disease, it’s called “shelter in place.”
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