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Trevor Stevens / Blog

Blog,you say?

I don't think I had tried this blog thing...I guess this should be an exciting place to discuss Greek military history and shoes and what the weather is like and perhaps fishing tips? I must have been 8 or 9 years old that last time I went fishing.

If I could give anyone just one tip about fishing, it would be to make sure the end with the HOOK goes in the water. If you hold the hook and drop the "heavy" part of the fishing rod into the water, the fish won't have anything to hold onto when you try to catch them.

Now, you might be wondering: in the sentence above is "hold onto" the correct usage? Or should it be "hold on to"? Well, let's find out:


So there you have it..."hold onto" seems to be perfectly acceptable English. All right then (or is that "alright then"?), until next time!

Trevor Stevens
Trevor Stevens  (about 4 years ago)

Gosh, that was fun, wasn't it?