Discussion in 'Gravel Trap' started by gethinceri, Feb 18, 2012.
I'm not sure I would ever use shined. It seems clumsy.
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What did you get it for? Correct usage of English?
Apparently it makes sense because the action is the infinitive or something like that
Jos the Boss.
I.E. If I said "the best way to improve is through continual "practise or practice"? swap those out with advice or advise:
The best way to improve is through continual advise
The best way to improve is through continual advice
The second one makes more sense therefore you should use the "c" spelling of practice, hence:
The best way to improve is through continual practice
Try it, it works every time.
I will try and win the race. Shorthand for I will try and I will win the race. No possibility of losing.
I attended a school function earlier today (my daughter is in reception), and one of the teachers wrote on the board:
"The daffodils are as yellow as banana's.".
I was very tempted to ask "Banana's what?".
The daffodils are as yellow as banana's pyjamas....
Are they coming down the stairs in pairs?
Separate names with a comma.