If only the English language had a way to combine "I" and "am" to make it one word. Oh well
@SpecialEd Teacher, even if there was it would never catch on. Who would use it?
@SpecialEd Teacher, I have a proposal. Now, just hear me out. What if we used this apostrophe (') to combine two words? For example, I am would become -wait for it- I'm!
@SelfConsciousSwimmer, *head explodes*
@Keen niento , I don't know, I'm pretty sure that won't catch on
@horny toad, especially if you have to use a weird symbol which is a hassle to learn. Especially since we have evolved from those silly hieroglyphic symbols
@SpecialEd Teacher, I'm sure someone has done it.
@horny toad, I'm sure someone will figure it out
@horny toad, I'm not sure anyone would be dumb enough to use it
@SpecialEd Teacher, I'm sure no one will ever use it
@SpecialEd Teacher, I'm mad that they didn't make I and am a mixed word. I'm going to get mad.
@SpecialEd Teacher, I'm not sure it would work, it'd be nice though
@horny toad, I would probably use it all the time
@SpecialEd Teacher, idk bout you guys, but my english teacher flips if i combine with apostrophes
@SelfConsciousSwimmer, the preposterous! I know I'm never gonna use that gibberish.
@horny toad, i am not sure
@horny toad, I am not sure
One of my old posts. 83826
Somebody call IXII
Hakuna Matata, MF's!
1 June 2014 #1June2014
In Latin every verb contains the pronoun as it's ending for instance "I will carry" translates to "porterim"