Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by dyl, Feb 28, 2006.
"It's totally done differently to what I was teached (sic) when I was at school."
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BeckhamURLyear old sonBeckham strugglesmaths homework
david beckham is sooooooooooooooooooo nice
He probably hasn't got the brain capacity to be anything else
I think him and his missus shre one functioning brain cell.
i thinK it her turn to use it :clap:
I think thats being a bit over generous to pond life.
i think you could be right my apologies to any lifeform i insulted!!!
Randomly, what does the (sic) in the quote mean?
"[SIZE=-1]SIC may mean one of the following: *[sic] or (sic) (from Latin sic for "thus"; see also list of Latin phrases) is a bracketed expression used to indicate that an unusual spelling, phrase, or any other preceding quoted material is intended to be read or printed exactly as shown (rather than being an error) and should not be corrected."[/SIZE]
Google is your friend, Ben! You should try it some time.
It means that the incorrect spelling or usage is a real part of the quote, and not an error on the part of the person doing the quoting.
sic is Latin, meaning "thus".
EDIT: Too slow, again!
sic = the person you are quoting has spelt something wrong or is grammatically incorrect.
It's the only friend I have! :cry:
ooh, always wondered what that meant, thankyou kindly
yeah but his body compensates for his lack of intelligence
sooooo true, he's soo cute :tongue:
seeeeeeeeeee ppl not just me who likes him
phoar no way, he's gorgous
Well, assuming that he was corrected regarding the past tense of 'teach', presumably he'll go into the hairdressers next week and ask to have his hair 'blaught'....
See - I'm not the only one Dyl!
Nope - don't get it!
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