(As an aside, putting the other person first isn't grammatically incorrect, it's just considered polite to list others before yourself in a sentence.)
Last edited by lambjam; 13-10-2013 at 16:56.
Is it correct to use 'wet' in the following way? For example, 'Mum, John wet me!' as opposed to 'Mum, John got me wet!' I know you can wet a cloth or wet your hair, but I'm sure wet used like the first example is wrong, isn't it?
It's correct. It's a verb, just like in your other two examples. Both are correct because wet is both a verb and an adjective.
I saw the words "the smorning" written recently. By an adult.
I am on about this one again, because I keep seeing this! Since when has the word woman (singular) become women? And vice versa?
Woman = One adult female
Women = Two or more adult females!
Arrgghhhhh! This is so bothering me! It's not hard!
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My niece is using "use" to mean "yous" which as we all know is all sorts of wrong.
Yous is incorrect grammar. Then using use incorrectly for yous. It's killing me. I want to stick forks in my eyes.
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