After 20 yrs and 5 games, why elder scrolls combat still feels amateuristic

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Xdz89
4 years ago#131
jodiebigballs posted...


Not when it's a collective noun it isn't......


Wow, you certainly proved me wrong! That LAST sentence in my post CLEARLY had no evidence to back it like yours did.

So I'll post where a dictionary states that waters and snows as COLLECTIVE NOUNS are words too

From: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/water

"We are sailing in international waters."

From: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/snow

"Soon the warm spring sun will melt the winter snows."

Now would you like to give me evidence to the contrary? Or perhaps wait til after you talk to your English teacher tomorrow at school?
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