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Feb 12, 2012, 12:31PM | #41
pheelyks:
you're beaten

You are wrong, again.

pheelyks:
amadweeb insisted "were" was incorrect and should have been "was"


Wrong, you illiterate monkey. Go read the posts again. LMAO!
I bet you will not understand the topic even if you read the posts hundred times. Let WildBoar herd you! Hahahahahaha

Feb 12, 2012, 12:37PM | #42
I am making it easy for you, dumb ass.

amnateeb:
"if that were correct, I would be still one up on him"


WritersBeware:
your use of "would" is proper because you are referring to a hypothetical event that is attached to the subjunctive "were."


Illiterate monkey, pheeleaks! I wish you were a human! LMAO!

pheelyks  
Feb 12, 2012, 01:02PM | #43
If you're still hung up on the non-existent past tense issue, your own source yet again demonstrates your idiocy. Thinking that the clause, "I would be still one up on him:" is correct reaffirms this once more.

"Were" is not past tense in context, just as "was" would not be past tense. You're an idiot. All of these are simple facts verified by your own posts.

WritersBeware  
Feb 12, 2012, 01:10PM | #44
pheelyks:
Your source says I was correct to use "were." So basically, I was right and you were wrong. Thanks for playing.

The f*cking ignorant moron doesn't even realize that his quote proves both of us correct.

Feb 12, 2012, 02:57PM | #45
pheelyks:
"Were" is not past tense in context, just as "was" would not be past tense. You're an idiot. All of these are simple facts verified by your own posts.

You did not use "would be" in your original post, cretin.
Would is the past tense of will, idiots! LMAO!
And this conditional sentence had been used for referring to a situation in past!
What is verified here is that you two, WildBoar and pheeLeaks are "uneducated buffoons" of this forum! Period

I can't continue my English lectures for you two. I would charge you cretins for that service from now onward. If you don't pay, you two will remain ignorant fools. LMAO!

WritersBeware  
Feb 12, 2012, 04:22PM | #46
You're wrong, AND you're an idiot. I challenge you to get a legitimate, educated, Native English-speaking person to agree with you. Whoever taught you English should be shot.


amnateeb:
cretin

Stop stealing my pet name for you and the other morons.

pheelyks  
Feb 12, 2012, 10:22PM | #47
amnateeb:
You did not use "would be" in your original post, cretin.

I didn't claim to, nor would I. "Would be" doesn't make sense, and in this context "would" is not past tense, either. You seem really confused....

amnateeb:
And this conditional sentence had been used for referring to a situation in past!

No, it hadn't.

amnateeb:
I can't continue my English lectures for you two.

You can't even start them.

Feb 12, 2012, 11:15PM | #48
WritersBeware:
You're wrong, AND you're an idiot. I challenge you to get a legitimate, educated, Native English-speaking person to agree with you. Whoever taught you English should be shot.


You should be shot, pathetic WildBoar (cretin).

pheelyks:
No, it hadn't.


You are wrong, as usual, "illiterate monkey"!

Lol!

Feb 12, 2012, 11:26PM | #49
amnateeb:
You should be shot, pathetic WildBoar (cretin).

Because you are an effete old lady!

pheelyks:
You can't even start them.

This means you want to cheat pay me by not paying for my lectures, so you are lying as if I did not start any lecture. Scammer! Btw, I asked you to pay for future lectures. Don't cry!

pheelyks  
Feb 12, 2012, 11:58PM | #50
amnateeb:
You are wrong, as usual

You keep saying that, but you have yet to back up your claims with any evidence whatsoever.

amnateeb:
This means you want to cheat pay me by not paying

Huh?



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