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Postby Nathan » Wed Jun 30, 2004 4:05 pm

Robpol86 wrote:to and too is easy, unless your a retard

a and an, i never heard of such rules that plasma stated, i think hes shootin up heroin

i second that
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Postby Plasma2002b » Thu Jul 01, 2004 2:09 am

damn ignorant bastards. i told already told you.... i dont scerw around with my english skills! :x ask anthony or kooltab.... they'll know what im talking about :-?



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and now i must pwn you non believers with the sad realization of the truth..........



Source: http://www.davidappleyard.com/articles.htm
To facilitate pronunciation, a is used in front of any word that begins with a consonant or consonant-like vowel sound.
Conversely, an is put in front of any word that begins with a pure vowel sound or a mute 'h'.

Note that spelling is not a reliable indicator of when to use a or an!
Our town has a theatre, a university, a large park and a conference hall.
Many Chinese still believe an Englishman always carries an umbrella.

It's an old custom.
It's a strange old custom.

The coastguard received an SOS.
He spent an hour standing in line.

The indefinite article a/an is placed in front of a countable noun that is being mentioned for the very first time. Once introduced, all further references to it can be preceded by the definite article the.
I have two cars, a Ford and an Audi.
The Ford is white and the Audi is silver.




Source: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/ ... indefinite
1. Indefinite Articles: a and an
A and an signal that the noun modified is indefinite, referring to any member of a group. These indefinite articles are used with singular nouns when the noun is general; the corresponding indefinite quantity word some is used for plural general nouns. The rule is:

a + singular noun beginning with a consonant: a boy
an + singular noun beginning with a vowel: an elephant
a + singular noun beginning with a consonant sound: a user (sounds like 'yoo-zer,' i.e. begins with a consonant 'y' sound, so 'a' is used)
some + plural noun: some girls
If the noun is modified by an adjective, the choice between a and an depends on the initial sound of the adjective that immedately follows the article:

a broken egg
an unusual problem
a European country (sounds like 'yer-o-pi-an,' i.e. begins with consonant 'y' sound)
Note also that in English, the indefinite articles are used to indicate membership in a profession, nation, or religion.

I am a teacher.
Brian is an Irishman.
Seiko is a practicing Buddhist.



and with that im done..... only because i got tired of searching just to prove im right.








..........any more disagreements with my verbal skills and you can take it up with my ass.
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Postby Anthony » Thu Jul 01, 2004 9:10 am

too and to are not easy -Anything that takes more then or say... 0.5 seconds to figure out is hard...

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Postby Robpol86 » Thu Jul 01, 2004 3:24 pm

maby your just TOO much of a dumbass
5s? it comes natural to me
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Postby Plasma2002b » Thu Jul 01, 2004 3:37 pm

to and too are even easier that a r an.

use 'to' when your talking about something (i gave it to him.... im goin to the store)

use 'too' when you want redundancy to a previos statement OR when describing amount (i want that too...... thats too much to eat)



and now.... the ultimate pwnage 8)


Anthony and Robpol think its too much of a hassel to take the time to learn an extremely easy rule of English
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Postby Robpol86 » Thu Jul 01, 2004 3:39 pm

u forgot the period you false perfectionist
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it's
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Postby Plasma2002b » Thu Jul 01, 2004 4:34 pm

i dont punctuate my sentences unless they are followed by another sentence.... ass
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Postby Archibald » Thu Jul 01, 2004 4:40 pm

This place is turning into Big-Ho-Software.
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Postby Plasma2002b » Thu Jul 01, 2004 5:24 pm

actyually, that happened about a year ago now
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Postby Nathan » Tue Jul 06, 2004 1:43 am

cool, an english... fighting... nerd fight...
it made sense when i was... ok im just to lazy to try and make sense
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Postby Guest » Wed Jul 07, 2004 4:51 am

if u guys wanna pick on grammar, atleast learn to get YOUR and YOU'RE right

and dont say who cares or its too complicated because its very very simple and only stupid or careless people dont know the difference. i learnt grammar in kindergarten ffs
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Postby Guest » Wed Jul 07, 2004 4:52 am

oh and btw, to say "ur" is acceptable ;)
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Postby Theo » Wed Jul 07, 2004 7:21 am

oh and btw....stfu and die.
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