kevin lyda wrote:
> on a semi-related note kenn and i discussed words yesterday over indian
> - went a bit to hard on the chillies, btw. oof. anyway does anyone
> know the verb form of grammar? as in, "he grammared quite well."
> that sounds wrong, kenn's suggestion was grammaticate, which i liked.
> also, a verb for vocabulary - vocabularize (or vocabularise, whatever).
D'you mean his grammar was good? Or he used grammar in an exceptional
way? Why d'you fucking americans insist that there has to be a
concomitant verb? What's wrong with saying 'his use of grammar was
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