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Username

alicelee

Member Since

December 9, 2012

Total number of comments

9

Total number of votes received

1

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Pled versus pleaded

  • March 30, 2013, 1:47pm

Will, Interesting commentary. I have accepted that I am a grammatical Ludite and bullheaded to boot.

Pled versus pleaded

  • March 30, 2013, 8:45am

Pled versus pleaded

  • March 29, 2013, 10:00am

smile, chuckle, grin

Pled versus pleaded

  • March 29, 2013, 9:45am

Well, I do speak 3 other languages, but English is my first and I was born in the USA. I think I am right, so I will speak and write accordingly. One's argument would be more effective if one did not make personal comments and judgments.

Pled versus pleaded

  • March 28, 2013, 2:58pm

I use pled when it is correct and pleaded when it is appropriate. Case closed. You all do what you like. Case closed. Ipso facto & ad infinitum etc. & all that junk. Happy arguing.

Pled versus pleaded

  • December 9, 2012, 7:49pm

sorry, I meant to type ask Mr. Wood...

Pled versus pleaded

  • December 9, 2012, 7:46pm

Do not, under any circumstances as Mr. Wood if he wears a watch unless you want to hear the origins of time from the dark ages to the present. That said, I am enjoying these comments.

Pled versus pleaded

  • December 9, 2012, 7:44pm

D A Wood "Why is it that this Web site has such aggravating problems?" You may mean annoying or exasperating. Aggravate means to make worse.

Pled versus pleaded

  • December 9, 2012, 7:17pm

It is bated breath, not baited breath, unless you refer to a person who has a mouth full of rotten fish.