shifty_ben wrote:Chavs understand what other Chavs say
Really? Very Happy Wink
shifty_ben wrote:I aint dissin you mu'va bruv
makes sense to them but it isnt grammatical by even the furthest stretch of the imagination. I'm not even sure it can be classed as English
shifty_ben wrote:Largely because the words used are not part of the English language, and therefore technically cannot be grammatically correct no matter how they are used.
Marrea wrote:OK, here are some more:
"Joe Bloggs met Andy, John and I on .... "
"Joe Bloggs met Andy, John and myself on .... "
Should be "Joe Bloggs met Andy, John and me on .... "
And they wonder why the youth aint got no morals anymore
TheDoctor wrote:If a sentence makes sense, then its grammar must be right. If sentence was ungrammatical then it would come out as nonsense.
nelz wrote:TheDoctor wrote:If a sentence makes sense, then its grammar must be right. If sentence was ungrammatical then it would come out as nonsense.
Not so! The sentence may make sense, but the incorrect grammar may change the meaning, as in the 'Eats, Shoots and Leaves' tale. The sentence makes sense with or without the comma, but the meaning is totally different.
shifty_ben wrote:So are you an English Teacher then?
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