[ kuh n-ven-shuh-neer ]
/ kənˌvɛn ʃəˈnɪər /
a person, as a political delegate, who participates in a convention.
verb (used without object)
to participate in a convention.
Why Do We Capitalize The Pronoun “I”?Even though it feels natural to English speakers, capitalizing I is unusual. In fact, English is the only language that does it.
Should You Say “Between You And I” Or “Between You And Me”?Why are there different ways of saying the same thing? Grammar is a combination of rules and conventions. What’s the difference? Well, the rules are things like a verb must agree with its subject. By that rule, “he say” is incorrect. Then there are conventions, which are uses of language that are common enough that even though they break the “rules” they become “correct” simply …
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