|Current music:||Murderdolls -- "Dressed to Depress"|
I'm off on Spring Break, and since this meand being subjected to a much slower internet connection, I probably won't be online much. Let's hope the idiots arn't left running unchecked for too long.
Since very few amusing things can besaid about prepositional phrases and passive voice, I'm afraid I don't have many great grammar class moments to post.
First, an amusing slip of the tongue: "The second elephant of a 2-part verb"
Then the general sentiment of professors across the country: "I have to point out a few problems with chapter seven, otherwise I won't be doing my job. Which primarily is to confuse you."
The professor is originally from New York, and sometimes slips into the accent and utters things like "youse" apparently, he's been asked in previous classes how on *earth* he ever became an english teacher. Amen for smart asses ~.^