I was just in a coffee shop and heard an older teen ( probably about 18) ask what soy milk was made of..lol
We were picking out tiles for our new house and a young couple were standing near us and I over heard the girl say to her partner "I love all the tiles black and white because it looks so rich!"
I had to walk away I was laughing so hard.
Sorry everyone out there that doesn't have black and white bathrooms, but your colour choice makes you look poor
"It's" can stand for "it has" as well as "it is".
Eg "It's been a lovely day"
Action word (current tense): Strangle, strangling.
Descriptive word (Past tense): Strangled.
So it'd be like "I'm going to strangle you!"
Then it would be "Hah! I strangled you!"
Whereas things ending with te then just get the "d" added on the end.
"I'm going to congratulate you!"
Then "I congratulated you!"
Since there's no "te" at the end of the word "strangle" then the "t" gets added in, requiring another "ed" to be added, which doesn't work?
This makes SO much more sense in French *Brain explodes* Hope it made sense though.
Ah, so HW thought the word itself was incorrect? I'm pretty sure strangle/d and strangulate/d are interchangeable.
Last edited by lambjam; 04-05-2013 at 13:33.
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