It is said that no man born can pass the Witch-king of Angmar in a traffic jam
I don't know why you were downvoted, I think that's kinda funny
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And what conclusions do you infer from that, Monsieur Poirot?
Who uses kanji for kono?
This bus´s driver is a woman ... I wrote that answer too coz´it sounds natural to me ... but it is not correct
10.05.19, still not accepted. Reported.
Is there some other version of the English language in which -s's- at the end of a word is correct? Because I learned to make words ending in -s- possessive by adding an apostrophe only; e.g. James' or (in the case of plural) lasses'.
Some grammar books say -s' is only for plural. Others say -s' and -s's are equally acceptable for singular. I've never heard of -s's being wrong for a singular noun.
...And? Is this like some big revelation or something? I mean, in my neck of the woods, there are more female bus drivers than there are male ones, actually...
You know nothing, Jon Snow