The word for this month is “patience”.
A funny bunch of people who doesn’t know how to write properly.
They should stop replying to the comments if they want him to stop – or at least improve their grammar.
Do you know that the sentence “Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo” is grammatically correct?
There are 3 meanings to the word buffalo here, they are;
a. the city of Buffalo, New York, which is used as a noun adjunct in the sentence and is followed by the animal;
n. the noun buffalo, an animal, in the plural (equivalent to “buffaloes” or “buffalos”), in order to avoid articles;
v. the verb “buffalo” meaning to bully, confuse, deceive, or intimidate.
So with that marker (a, n, v) placed in the sentence, they are:
Buffaloa buffalon Buffaloa buffalon buffalov buffalov Buffaloa buffalon
THE buffalo FROM Buffalo WHO ARE buffaloed BY buffalo FROM Buffalo, buffalo buffalo FROM Buffalo.
Are you baffled? Here’s a youtube video trying to explain things;
THE CORRECT ANSWER
‘Less’ means not as much. ‘Fewer’ means ‘not as many’. ‘Fewer’ when items that can be counted individually.
I saw this in my email a few years ago about a sign posted in front of a house in Sitiawan, Perak. However the picture found new fame when its publication on Engrish.com made it to the frontpage of reddit over the weekend.
For someone so rich, at least he could’ve paid somebody to proof read the sign. source.
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