AlanSmithee: Could "I was sat in a chair" be grammatical if the form of 'sitting' is the transitive one?Eg:(An adult talking about a time he was 3 years old)"At the cottage, my parents had a choice of how to seat us three kids. There was an orange chair, a blue chair, a stool, and a bench. Sister got the bench. Big brother was forced to takethe stool. As for me, I was sat on a chair, the blue one".Or should it be "I was seated"?
Millennium: 10/10, but I only knew Hilary's gender because I've seen that question before, and I still don't get how the answer makes any sense.
propasaurus: I'm barely awake, but where (other than in the answer key) does it say that a singular neighbor owns the garden?
grokca: Most of them had no punctuation at the end of the sentences, so most were incorrect.
YoOjo: Ten question's on grammer that might sort out the Fark Grammer Nazi's from the wannabe's
whistleridge: Alright guys, their ain't no reason your not gonna have alot of fun doing this. Its rediculously easy. Its even funner than those grammer thing's they do on Facebook.
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