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Was that posted as an instruction manual for those of us who have contributed to this thread?
Tell them what you're going to tell them - The headlines
Tell them - The news in detail
Tell them what you told them - A summary of the main news
Good technique or not, it's still damned annoying.
The lose/loose thing really gets on my tits.
Quote: gets on my tits.
This expression gets on mine!
Quote: The lose/loose thing
On cycling forums, pedal and peddle. It makes me laugh sometimes "I had to peddle really hard to make it to the top". Wow! You can ride a bike up a hill while hard selling lots of things to passers by!
I also saw, at a car boot sale last November, 'Get Your Christma's Decorations Here' Priceless.
Apostrophes - always a source of trouble, and likely to lead to impatient responses it seems.
Here's a little game on the BBC website to test your understanding of apostrophes. At least, I think that's what it does - I lost interest just trying to get to the start of the game, what with all the instructions and explanations of how to play!
Quote: what with all the instructions and explanations of how to play!
You mean what with all the in'struction's and explanation's of how to play
Quote: "I had to peddle really hard to make it to the top". Wow! You can ride a bike up a hill while hard selling lots of things to passers by!
No, you've got it all wrong. He's obviously a door-to-door bicycle salesman who got to the top of his profession by sheer hard work. It makes perfect sense...
it'smore a test of understanding their explanation.
I gave up when I shortened "it is not" to "it's not" and it told me I was wrong, should have been "it isn't"
I thought my nose was bleeding but it'ss not.....
Quote: It makes perfect sense
Ah, of course! How could I have not seen that. Or, rather, not s'een that
My father told me that only greengrocer's are allowed to use an apostrophe to denote a plural.
No disrespect to him, but doesn't mean it was true..
Somebody posted a shot on here some time ago. It was taken in Wale's. I mean, for God's' sake!!
I knew Wale well. He had a very nice place
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