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#35 - Oh I forgot N = needs improvement, so S- = satisf… 12/17/2014 on Just to be clear 0
#34 - S+ = Satisfactory, almost Outstanding S = Satisfactory …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/17/2014 on Just to be clear 0
User avatar #35 - duhqueenmoki (12/17/2014) [-]
Oh I forgot

N = needs improvement, so
S- = satisfactory but almost needs improvement
#1793 - **duhqueenmoki used "*roll cis privilege*"** **duhqueenmoki… 12/17/2014 on Did you check your... 0
#54 - Wait... there's not gonna be another season...? … 12/17/2014 on Satos Soft Lotion 0
#31 - **** yes I love this version. 12/17/2014 on Not javert 0
#40 - Even in conversational text, yes it would be considered gramma… 12/16/2014 on Ken M 0
#33 - Yes, all true all true. However, even when written, the …  [+] (2 new replies) 12/16/2014 on Ken M 0
User avatar #35 - Bion (12/16/2014) [-]
A UFO would be the more likely case, yes. I was just pointing out that it isn't completely wrong to use "an".

Also, by a personal note, certain grammatical and spelling variations are needed in text. But, that is for conversational text, such as us right now. If I, use these, commas in, these places that they don't belong, it's because I, the writer, want you to stop at those points. Does that make it grammatically incorrect to do so? Or to show your accent or such...

Of course, it would be completely opposite if you were to write an essay. That isn't a conversational text. And thus should abide by all the rules of the written language.

I've always seen it like that. And I haven't really mentioned it to too many people, so I figured I'd ask your thoughts on it?
User avatar #40 - duhqueenmoki (12/16/2014) [-]
Even in conversational text, yes it would be considered grammatically incorrect. HOWEVER, grammar doesn't matter in such instances and the author should put his or her own stylistic choices first. Grammar matters most when writing essays (as you mentioned), formal documents such as business letters, legal documents.

While I may be a bit of a grammar nazi, I actually love it when writers go above and beyond the limits of grammar and spelling in order to communicate something specific to the author's purpose. I love it when writers use incorrect spelling of words in order to let the reader know about accents (Ah could tell y'all bout that sonofabitch, mah neighbor, but ah durn git tired of it). And I love it when they use punctuation to do the same (B-Baka- it's not like I- I wanted to talk about grammar with you!) There's more personality when you abandon grammar.
#31 - Yes so when speaking or writing you would simply say whi…  [+] (4 new replies) 12/16/2014 on Ken M +1
User avatar #32 - Bion (12/16/2014) [-]
But this isn't being spoken. It's written. And the writer may pronounce the entirety of "Unidentified Flying Object". In which case, an UFO is correct. Just because it's acronymed, doesn't mean it's forced into the acronym pronunciation.

For instance, "WTF". Most people, of course, immediately think "what the fuck". Not "wetfff".
User avatar #33 - duhqueenmoki (12/16/2014) [-]
Yes, all true all true. However, even when written, the rule to follow is what it would sound like if read aloud (since when we read, we still read "aloud" in our mind). So yes, if someone actually reads it out in their mind as unidentified flying object, they will, in their mind, probably think "an unidentified" and likewise if they think in their mind "UFO" they will probably think "a UFO"

Since majority of people by simple logic will read UFO and not pronounce the whole thing, I would say that "A UFO" is still the best way to put this statement


As an English major I love these kinds of discussions

This is why English is the worst to learn as a second language...
User avatar #35 - Bion (12/16/2014) [-]
A UFO would be the more likely case, yes. I was just pointing out that it isn't completely wrong to use "an".

Also, by a personal note, certain grammatical and spelling variations are needed in text. But, that is for conversational text, such as us right now. If I, use these, commas in, these places that they don't belong, it's because I, the writer, want you to stop at those points. Does that make it grammatically incorrect to do so? Or to show your accent or such...

Of course, it would be completely opposite if you were to write an essay. That isn't a conversational text. And thus should abide by all the rules of the written language.

I've always seen it like that. And I haven't really mentioned it to too many people, so I figured I'd ask your thoughts on it?
User avatar #40 - duhqueenmoki (12/16/2014) [-]
Even in conversational text, yes it would be considered grammatically incorrect. HOWEVER, grammar doesn't matter in such instances and the author should put his or her own stylistic choices first. Grammar matters most when writing essays (as you mentioned), formal documents such as business letters, legal documents.

While I may be a bit of a grammar nazi, I actually love it when writers go above and beyond the limits of grammar and spelling in order to communicate something specific to the author's purpose. I love it when writers use incorrect spelling of words in order to let the reader know about accents (Ah could tell y'all bout that sonofabitch, mah neighbor, but ah durn git tired of it). And I love it when they use punctuation to do the same (B-Baka- it's not like I- I wanted to talk about grammar with you!) There's more personality when you abandon grammar.
#26 - I admire that you tried to use the correct "a"…  [+] (7 new replies) 12/16/2014 on Ken M 0
User avatar #27 - Bion (12/16/2014) [-]
The U stands for Unidentified. Which is a completely valid way of reading it. Granted the Acronym is a more common way of reading it, many people simple read "Unidentified Flying Object".

In any case, both "a", or "an" is technically correct, but it goes down to how the writer meant it to be read.
User avatar #31 - duhqueenmoki (12/16/2014) [-]
Yes so when speaking or writing you would simply say which ever SOUNDS better. You would say "we saw an unidentified flying object" or you would say "we saw a UFO" technically "an UFO" is NOT correct

The general rule is by vowel vs. consonant but the more specific/correct rule is you say whatever sounds better (which sounds more flowy or easier) If you say "an UFO" out loud it even feels weird when you say it, as does "a unidentified"
User avatar #32 - Bion (12/16/2014) [-]
But this isn't being spoken. It's written. And the writer may pronounce the entirety of "Unidentified Flying Object". In which case, an UFO is correct. Just because it's acronymed, doesn't mean it's forced into the acronym pronunciation.

For instance, "WTF". Most people, of course, immediately think "what the fuck". Not "wetfff".
User avatar #33 - duhqueenmoki (12/16/2014) [-]
Yes, all true all true. However, even when written, the rule to follow is what it would sound like if read aloud (since when we read, we still read "aloud" in our mind). So yes, if someone actually reads it out in their mind as unidentified flying object, they will, in their mind, probably think "an unidentified" and likewise if they think in their mind "UFO" they will probably think "a UFO"

Since majority of people by simple logic will read UFO and not pronounce the whole thing, I would say that "A UFO" is still the best way to put this statement


As an English major I love these kinds of discussions

This is why English is the worst to learn as a second language...
User avatar #35 - Bion (12/16/2014) [-]
A UFO would be the more likely case, yes. I was just pointing out that it isn't completely wrong to use "an".

Also, by a personal note, certain grammatical and spelling variations are needed in text. But, that is for conversational text, such as us right now. If I, use these, commas in, these places that they don't belong, it's because I, the writer, want you to stop at those points. Does that make it grammatically incorrect to do so? Or to show your accent or such...

Of course, it would be completely opposite if you were to write an essay. That isn't a conversational text. And thus should abide by all the rules of the written language.

I've always seen it like that. And I haven't really mentioned it to too many people, so I figured I'd ask your thoughts on it?
User avatar #40 - duhqueenmoki (12/16/2014) [-]
Even in conversational text, yes it would be considered grammatically incorrect. HOWEVER, grammar doesn't matter in such instances and the author should put his or her own stylistic choices first. Grammar matters most when writing essays (as you mentioned), formal documents such as business letters, legal documents.

While I may be a bit of a grammar nazi, I actually love it when writers go above and beyond the limits of grammar and spelling in order to communicate something specific to the author's purpose. I love it when writers use incorrect spelling of words in order to let the reader know about accents (Ah could tell y'all bout that sonofabitch, mah neighbor, but ah durn git tired of it). And I love it when they use punctuation to do the same (B-Baka- it's not like I- I wanted to talk about grammar with you!) There's more personality when you abandon grammar.
User avatar #28 - Bion (12/16/2014) [-]
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