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7 walking-into-a-bar jokes for grammar geeks

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9 responses to “7 walking-into-a-bar jokes for grammar geeks”

  1. Joshua Perkins says:

    “Drinking” is the gerund.

  2. Lavanda says:

    Lovely!!! Thank you for all your posts, I will use them in my lessons 🙂 !

  3. Bill says:

    A split infinitive walks into a bar and asks to first see the menu.

  4. Harry says:

    A spoonerism balks into a war, dras a link, then heaves.

  5. Jonathan says:

    Participle and an infinitive?

  6. Dan Henry says:

    A dangling preposition found a bar and walked in.

  7. Eva says:

    don’t know if mentioned:an adverb walks proudly and gracefully into a bar.

  8. Sean Deaux says:

    A subjugated verb walked into a bar. Wild no longer but needs stitches.

  9. Prince Philip of Greece says:

    An ellipsis walks onto the end of a sentence…