Discussion in 'SouthWest Region Discussion' started by Faceplant, Mar 25, 2002.
burn is a verb. it's the present tense. burned is the past tense.
btw...burn can also be a noun
Hmmmm... You're right about "burned" being a past-tense verb. But it also depends on context. If you say "The toast was burned/t," then, yes, it's a past-tense verb. BUT if you say "I ate burned/t toast," then it's an adjective.
And, yes, it can be a noun. A shoulder rub to the person who can guess which word can be ANYTHING (noun, verb, adjective, etc). And, please use alternative symbols if you choose to type it here.
Anyone else for a grammar duel?
I'm all up for it as long as I can choose the language
Kreleia, would that be the four letter F word?
Shoulder rub for Qui-Gon!!! Yep, it is indeed the f-bomb. Think about it - it's by far one of the most vile, yet versatile words in the English language.
Congrats on the apartment and new job, Bill! Hope the transition's still going smoothly for the family too
argh, dangit I knew that (I make use of that word quite a lot)
I'm back, and on broadband!!! Woohoo!!!
HE'S BACK AND HE'S...BROAD ?
Welcome back to the information universe man.
he's a broad? does ne1 even use that word anymore? When did the operation take place bill...and why?!!
Well it wasn't Badband internet, so he couldn't be back and bad...you know how it goes