Discussion in 'Brexit' started by Guns, Jun 23, 2016.
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Brexit: former civil service head warns Theresa May of chaos
Indeed, it is based on extrapolation of current trends, which are bound to change..
[Grams: (approaching)] Clippety-clop.
Enter Sir Pencil the Terminologically Inexact.
Exeunt Sir Pencil, pursued by a chicken.
[Grams (to fade):] Clippety clop.
I've heard - neutral for us.
H_B's going on holiday? Somewhere in the EU without Internet I hope. Athens?
Or were you trying to (in)correct me?
Well, as my Dad said to me when I joined the Army - - "Choose your trade wisely, son!"
You needed the third person singular active present tense in the indicative mood for your clause, dogmeat junior, rather than the third person plural. Grammatically inexact, you see.
Perhaps the recent tweets of Colonel Kurz may give him something to think about.
Dominic Cummings most certainly has the knives out today
David Davis Is 'Thick As Mince' Says Vote Leave Campaign Chief Dominic Cummings
Thanks for the funny @Higgs_bosun , but it was meant to be a wee trap.
Latin verb exeo conjugated in all tenses.
The wheels appear to be falling off the bus rather quickly.
The bus still has wheels?
Romanes evnt domvs.
Separate names with a comma.