Grammar nazi

Thursday, February 11, 2010


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9 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

that kind of sucked

Anonymous said...

That's funnier than Tarantino's movie.

Anonymous said...

Also, it's 'really glad' instead of 'real glad.' The word 'really' would be, in this case, an adverb--describing how glad he and his friend are. And, technically, double quotes are more stylistically accepted to mark verbatim speech rather than to call attention to certain part of a sentence. Just sayin'. The 'comic' strip is called Grammar Nazi.

Anonymous said...

^ ok, Nazi

Anonymous said...

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Somebody doesn't understand the dialect of Maynard, TN real good.

Anonymous said...

surely a grammar nazi wouldn't like the split infinitive?

Anonymous said...

Heil Grammatik!

Bakedpotatoes said...

Yes it is 'me and my friend'.
'My friend and I' is formal, and they have no reason to be formal with the opposition head.

Anonymous said...

a grammar nazi wouldn't mind the split infinitive, because it's pretty common in german

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