Grammar_Hitler, The Reader
Recent PostsAdmin Abuse? Call now! on 8/11/2021 3:06:37 AM
>However, that doesn't excuse the frankly villanous behavior
It's spelled vinala, retard.
Asylum of Hunters on 4/19/2021 6:40:33 PM
Maybe you should get better at your own grammar before you try criticizing mine.
Asylum of Hunters on 4/19/2021 6:39:36 PM
Obviously a bidet is more deadly.
Asylum of Hunters on 4/19/2021 6:24:20 PM
Nobody's gone through and done a full grammatical overview yet, so I figure I may as well.
*A soft bell dings. They do not charge anything for it.
*The flame takes you always one way, despite all, the brighter it burns, the more desperate you are to feel its warmth.
There is nothing wrong with this sentence.
*Wind threatens to tear your flesh from bones.
News flash, buddy. Wind can't do that.
That's not a complete sentence. There are a few of these.
*“Hello there,” he says, standing, “you’ve come a long way.
Is one long run-on sentence. I would break it up like "Hello there." He says, standing. "You've come a long way."
Excuse me, this is America, we say pants here.
*The man wields a bident
I'm sure the word you're looking for is "bidet". I don't know how you'd kill monsters with that, but I also don't know what the fuck a bident is supposed to be.
*The blood of the profaned.
Profane is not a verb.
*You exit. The stars align elsewhere, the cabin moves on.
Cabins can't move, smartass.
*They roam the valley on the far side of the capital, Fendora.
It's Fedora, actually.
*Use discernment, remain resolute, and you will not be lost.
There's no way that discernment is a word. You must be looking for "discrement."
Hiya there. on 3/31/2021 12:36:02 PM
No idea what you could possibly be talking about
Also it's malicouise.
Hiya there. on 3/31/2021 12:26:23 PM
Wait, i thought you were Akeela? Ah well, you have better grammar this time so I hope you don't get banned again.
Ridicule the Noobs on 3/31/2021 2:21:43 AM
Nah, elude's not a word. You made that shit up.
Ridicule the Noobs on 3/31/2021 2:01:40 AM
*The concept of proofreading continues to allude you.