Home     Contact Us    
Main Board Job Seeker's Board Job Wanted Board Resume Bank Company Board Word Help M*Modal Nuance New MTs Classifieds Offshore Concerns VR/Speech Recognition Tech Help Coding/Medical Billing
Gab Board Politics Comedy Stop Games Faith Board Prayer Requests Health Issues


Word Help Board

Wow. - ...

Posted: Jan 13th, 2018 - 10:01 am In Reply to: Response to Grave - Debbie

If a simple statement of fact and a recommendation not to waste your time worrying about something so insignificant knots your knickers like that, I don't think I'm the one who should be accused of having a bad day.

Just so you know, my day was fine, but I think it is highly unlikely that you really care.

In any event, since modern English does not employ a genitive case, it is quite appropriate to use the possessive form as an eponymic modifier to achieve the same result.


Post A Reply Reply By Email Options

Complete Discussion Below: ( marks the location of current message within thread)