A Running, Cited List of Grammar Grumbles
Interesting. By no means wrong necessarily, but not a form I hear really at all, if ever. A regionalism perhaps?
from this article
1 week, 4 days ago
The issue, of course, is with ‘sang’ but I’d love ‘knelt’ rather than ‘kneeled’ as well (although I’m guessing that ‘kneeled’ is a now acceptable weak form).
3 weeks ago
As the Deer
The Greek philosophers were big fans of immutable, unchageable perfection. In their view, the ultimate and glorious cosmos was full of platonic solids… 764 more words
2 months ago
A nice example of the rare, but correct, use of lain, the participle of lie.
4 months, 3 weeks ago
One of our followers asked the question above on Twitter. Do you have a similar question? Do you get confused as to when you should use present or past participle adjective? 361 more words
6 months, 4 weeks ago
Lauren See Writes
Apparently, I like the participle phrase. And also adverbs, but that’s for another post.
It has come to my attention that I use participle phrases way too much. 436 more words
9 months ago