Cymric

Joined: September 12, 2012

Number of comments posted: 4

Number of votes received: 0

I'm a Computer Scientist who loves grammar, foreign language, math, rules, and breaking rules.

Recent Comments

Re: “and” or “but” followed by a comma  •  September 17, 2012, 10:01am  •  0 vote

@providencejim Is it perfectly correct English? I may be behind on this issue, but since when do collective nouns take plural verbs? That just sounds horrible. It is definitely not accepted in the spo

Re: -ic vs -ical  •  September 17, 2012, 9:50am  •  0 vote

If you look at the etymology for a few of these valid words, you will find that the -cal version came from the -cally adverb form of the noun. It's just one of those linguistic evolutions that stemmed

Re: Not just me who thinks... or Not just me who think... or Not just I who think... or Not just I who thinks...  •  September 12, 2012, 11:16am  •  0 vote

In all that mess, I forgot to post on the actual question. My verdict would be, "Not just I [the person] who thinks" 'Thinks' is modified by the implied entity - 'the person.' 'The person' come

Re: Not just me who thinks... or Not just me who think... or Not just I who think... or Not just I who thinks...  •  September 12, 2012, 11:09am  •  0 vote

I'm new here and apologize in advance if I break any citing rules that I may not be aware of, but I love the concept of the site! Even though it may sound stilted, as 'I' usually does when used out