Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by CalicoSkies, Apr 17, 2020.
I can explain that one, believe it or not. But I'm not sure anyone would want to read that post.
It's correct in German.
It's also correct in English.
Well, no, actually, because nobody says, "It is I"!
Everyone says "It's me." But it isn't ME, it is I!
Here's another one:
"The Queen invited my wife and I to Buckingham Palace." WRONG!
"The car needs fixed." Before a couple of decades ago I had never heard that unprepossessing construction.
It's Shakespeare - as in "To be or not to be?" The speaker decided "not".
That's very interesting - it shows an incredible level of idleness, just leaving out words that can be filled in by the listener.