...I am not knowledgable of this criteria, so...cool.
Comma in the wrong place. <Broken sentence
Not really, it just means he paused after criteria.
Don't be a grammar nazi please, leave that for English class, not the internet man.
Actually, Lethal was wrong. That sentence of AISP's was fine. Imagine if you took out the ellipsis. "I am not knowledgeable of this criteria, so [I'm going to refrain from commenting]." That is a beautifully constructed sentence. Subbing in the ellipsis doesn't make the sentence wrong, it articulates a different point. In this cast, a pause, just like Cmo said.
However, AISP did spell knowledgeable wrong, so there's that.
Anyway, the Internet is all about communication. I personally believe everybody should communicate to the best of their abilities, to avoid any miscommunications. http://imgur.com/SFBLbFl
This message board is why we have English class in the first place. English class teaches you how to communicate better, and this is us communicating. No reason to leave the knowledge you have at school when this is one of the best opportunities in your life to use that knowledge in a practical way. --- *Insert 25 wit here*
While I understand what your saying Lig, and it is a good point, you still shouldn't expect people to type well 100% of the time, or even try to get people to type 100% perfect, because people will do whatever the heck they want to do.
And in the end, will just make you mad, even if it doesn't right now, it will down the road, so don't give it much thought.
Here's a good way to judge if it good or not: if you can understand it.
If you can, its fine, if you can't, then you should ask them to correct their grammar.
And yes, I understand you have high standards, but not everyone's standards is yours, so chill down on the grammar nazi stuff and just talk to people without trying to correct them, saves you some trouble and just frustration.
Just my 2 cents, take it for what its worth and think about for it a bit. --- Cmo More Often. Emergence - A Conduit 2 Montage OUT NOW, WATCH HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHzVLbkbnQI
And again its the internet, over millions of people use this thing, so why expect everyone to type well? --- Cmo More Often. Emergence - A Conduit 2 Montage OUT NOW, WATCH HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHzVLbkbnQI
I like typing in proper grammar, so I appreciate constructive criticism. I had no idea I spelled knowledgeable wrong, but usually when adding the suffix -able, the e is removed. For example, advise to advisable. --- SOTD: I am scraping at the bottom of the barrel for these...
I like typing in proper grammar, so I appreciate constructive criticism. I had no idea I spelled knowledgeable wrong, but usually when adding the suffix -able, the e is removed. For example, advise to advisable.
It's no big deal. TBH, I wouldn't have noticed if not for Chrome's spell-check feature.
Y'know what's weird? Chrome and GameFAQ's spell-checks both marked miscommunication wrong. Yet Websters, Oxford, and Dictionary.com all definitely consider it a word. --- *Insert 25 wit here*