I don't understand this phrase.. of course I want my cake and to eat it too.. tf? Who doesn't??? Who gets the cake and doesn't eat it?!!
Jane Doe has been drawing since she was 3, her first piece a portrait that looks more like a set of balloons than her family. She likes to think she's improved since then.
Port Out, Starboard Home. In the 1800's ships sailing from England to India found the coolest, most comfortable side of the ship to be the left (Port) side on the way out, and the right (Starboard) side of the ship on the way home. The letters POSH were stamped on the boarding passes of passengers who had...
Either "Her first week in the school was..." or "Her first week at school was...." But not "...at the school....."
The first version, with "in the", is specific to the school - possibly she had a good time in her primary school, but now that she has entered secondary school...
For example, you could use it in a sentence like: "Oh my God, they're so _______."
It's a common word, but it's just not coming to me...
Looking for an Instagram caption of me in between my good friends who are dating. I need a good pun about being their third wheel
I'm not listing them all because there are over 200 of them.
But you can see a list here --
What are called shapes with four sides?
Greeting sir, <---- should I add s here ?
Enclosed is our product catalogue for this month. <---- is it correct ?
No. You are among the first people born in the 21st Century.
Because so many people nowadays make that grammatical error in writing, obviously thinking it's correct--that is, they don't know how to form a question correctly with "does" or "do" or "did". But I've never heard anyone make that error in speaking. So do they do that?
And why do people keep saying it