Discussion in 'Gravel Trap' started by gethinceri, Feb 18, 2012.
Daffs are more yellow than bananas...
(Sorry! My inner grammar nazi suddenly stood to attention...)
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Surely that would make it worseer?
Time for a lie down I think.
Mind you when I was in Lancashire and people would say "Killt" instead of "Killed" I did find that a bit weird..
Generally or always? Can't be both.
I did too. I was surprised (expected C or worse)
It is: could HAVE, should HAVE, and would HAVE! NOT: could of, should of, would of.
"Loose" - not tight; "Loosing" - releasing (of something)
"Lose" - to fail to win, to misplace something; "Losing" - failing to win, coming second, etc.
Just the one "o" please!
On a similar theme, John Major used to say Wunt instead of Want. Fortunately he didn't make the same verbal slip up when saying Can't.
And when you go to a fast food restaurant you cannot "get" a burger, that's the job of the person behind the counter.
You've just reminded me of the worst part about propping up an Australian bar and how you "ged a cuppla schooners a'Carlton."
Separate names with a comma.