Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by IK04, Jun 16, 2022.
It is a contraction. Please use it.
Your making a mountain out of a mole hill.
I wonder if Data's speech in STNG bothers you....
Your device must not have autocorrect. Or perhaps you’re just pedantic. In days of yore, that was probably less common.
You're reading your book about days of yore again!
I hear contractions are painful.
They can certainly cramp your style.
Y’all need to loosen up.
You're point is well taken.
Autocorrect causes a lot of them
Where you at mang
Need to know when to loose the apostrophe.
There, they’re, their, yeah the usually small stuff.
No its not. Ain’t is.
You’re. Yer welcome
Ur not 2 happy 2day, r u?
Let's clear this up:
Along similar lines…
^^ That's funny write their.
I helped my uncle Jack off his horse
What did the horse do to Jack to make him off his horse?
Lack of proofreading allows the error to continue.
Lack of accurate proofreading, too.
Also, if you end a sentence with "at," you are not my friend.
Try this, I promise it won't hurt: "Where ARE you?" "Where IS he?"
I had that in mind when I wrote "it is a contraction."
My momma taught me the rule was: Never end a sentence with a proposition!
“Would you like to get married, and if so, where at?”
The latest one is the use of "then" instead of "than."
Many aviation YouTubers are clearly pronouncing it "thEn."
Placement of prepositions is important for meaning: Jack got off the horse, or Jack got the horse off. Or maybe he first propositioned him with a preposition.
Um..let's eat Bill, he's meatier.
Your not my supervisor IK04
“…you are…” C’mon now. You the one who started this whole thing out with telling us to use you’re
Where you be?