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I can't learn all of them at one time.
Some are: You're is you are, your is possessive, the cat's toy means the cat owns the toy, if the cat does not own something it is simply cat.
Grammar can get pretty complicated, but the basic things to remember are to start each sentence with a capital letter and end each sentence with the appropriate end mark.
Remember to spell all words correctly and don't have fragmented or run-on sentences. Capitalize and use words in their tense (past, present, future).
Keep it simple.
Subject object order
Plural verb for plural pronoun
No two negatives
Cross Ts and dot Is.
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