Also, in this case, I am the object and so would be me, so people who are adamant about using I instead of me are sometimes plain wrong. I live in France and when I’m in English classes for non-native speakers. And the teachers either mispronounce a Funny Omg My Norwegian Mother Was Right About Everything Shirt. I have never heard of, or a word that nobody uses in any case. Rather than me talking about my pet peeve in English use, I will talk about my pet peeve of popular English prescriptive rules, since some sentences just to me sound soo wrong when you apply these rules, especially in combination. Here’s a list of the prescriptive grammar rules I want to address. That sentence to me it sounds like a terrible clusterfuck. I can’t imagine ending such a sentence with my graded homework assignment reluctantly.
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These rules are either archaic as hell or made-up just to match the grammar of the language they aspire to be (coughs Latin). I wish with a Funny Omg My Norwegian Mother Was Right About Everything Shirt. It might carry out a different syntactic meaning where reluctantly modifies going and not receive, yet it is nevertheless acceptable to me. It might be better than placing reluctantly at the end, but it’s not exactly a workaround to it. Then again, I only learned that Lundi and lin were supposed to have a different first syllable a couple of years ago (but it’s a documented fact that in some accents, there’s no difference). Good luck with French, even French people struggle with it.
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I pronounced “burn” and “brin” differently all my life without ever realizing I did. I always thought they were homophones, and I think it’s receiving globally (although I don’t have a source). Not in England where “of” is more distinct and recognizably a Funny Omg My Norwegian Mother Was Right About Everything Shirt. However, people make that mistake still. And it also irks me in writing. I get it, who is falling out of use, no biggie – but I hate it when someone goes out of their way to not end a sentence with a preposition and then uses the wrong who/whom. It’s like wearing high heels with work overalls. When people use a reflexive as the accusative case, like “he will visit her and me”. They’re trying to sound smart, but use it wrong.
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