the plural of tooth is teeth, but the plural of booth is not beeth. I hate english.
this is not Taye this is her son.
I dont know y but let me ask u something... If the teacher taught y the preacher didnt praught?? Well, hello there stranger. Aren't we being too skeptical today?!? :-) Hello there Taye's son,
I guess thats the beauty of English. Imagine how dull it would be if there would be rules and regulations for everything. Rules are meant to be broken (sometimes) and this applies to English as well... I believe English is the most adaptable language cuz it adopts words from every other language. For ex... "rendezvous" (pronounced Rondeyvou) is French (I think)for a meeting. "Jail" although used commonly in English now, is a word of "Hindi" origin... That's why they say, "English is the hardest language to learn." So many rules and so many exceptions to the rules, and so many exceptions to the exceptions to the rules.
And then who are they...
I think you understand what I'm saying... Actually, violinists DO violin. It's strange-sounding, but technically correct.
Main Entry: 2violin Pronunciation Guide
Function: intransitive verb
Inflected Form(s): -ed/-ing/-s
: to play the violin Actually, I think according to your analogy, a person who violins would be a "violiner".
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