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How old do you have to be to take JLPT?

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Re: How old do you have to be to take JLPT?

Postby Mike Cash » Wed 07.23.2008 5:42 am

chikara wrote:
Wakannai wrote:...... Me and John went to the store means: "John went with me". .....

No it doesn't. It means "Me is inarticulate" :P


Actually, there is a grammatical term for this sort of usage; it is called a "momanym".

You know....Mom an 'em went to the store. They'll be back soon.
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Re: How old do you have to be to take JLPT?

Postby two_heads_talking » Wed 07.23.2008 8:55 am

Talk about a thread drift.. :mrgreen:
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Re: How old do you have to be to take JLPT?

Postby two_heads_talking » Fri 08.22.2008 11:11 am

chikara wrote:
Wakannai wrote:...... Me and John went to the store means: "John went with me". .....

No it doesn't. It means "Me is inarticulate" :P

Surely the OP should read "One and one's friend are 13 ....", well in the Queen's English at least :)


yeah, this is thread necro, but since someone linked it in another thread, it's fair game if you ask me.

So, no wonder the Queen is where she is.. She's in the only country where one and one are 13.. What a nice place to be.. :mrgreen: 8)
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