m.mouse

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Re: Past tense of “text”  •  January 28, 2010, 6:45pm  •  2 votes

Hi Jason You are "correct" of course :) I agree and usually say the same to people ... I think (or at least I usually) put *'s or "s around words like correct and incorrect; usually at first and th

Re: Past tense of “text”  •  January 28, 2010, 6:16pm  •  0 vote

p.p.p.s. Have you seen the movie Avatar ... there's a link on IMDB in trivia for that movie about how they invented 1,000 words that were easy to pronounce and weren't like any words in any other l

Re: Past tense of “text”  •  January 28, 2010, 6:09pm  •  0 vote

Hi again Jason Two things have just struck me which I just had to share :) (well three if we include why I've stayed on this page so long!) I think my points are still valid as text can be used

Re: Past tense of “text”  •  January 28, 2010, 5:45pm  •  2 votes

p.s. I do take your point though - interesting stuff :) I find all this kind of stuff interesting ... and also amusing how heated and disrespectful people get when debate seems to degenerate to

Re: Past tense of “text”  •  January 28, 2010, 5:24pm  •  1 vote

Hi Jason Thanks for that :) I think, in a sense, we're both saying the same thing, albeit you more eloquently and having knowledge of the correct terminology (I got lost with transitive verbs etc.

Re: Past tense of “text”  •  January 28, 2010, 5:01pm  •  3 votes

Other examples may clarify Correct: yes I texted you earlier yes you texted me earlier did i text you earlier? did you text me earlier? (both text and texted correct as past tense verbs de

Re: Past tense of “text”  •  January 28, 2010, 4:46pm  •  0 vote

Hi There I must admit that I didn't get to the end of this thread but possibly another spanner in the works is that the past tense gets modified by the subject... e.g. "did you text me last night"