Why is Oedipus bad at Latin?

He conjugated where he should have declined.

>!Latin verbs have conjugations and latin nouns have declinsions.!<

All my physical relationships are like past-tense verbs

They end with ED.

Why are verbs afraid of talking about people?

Because they're followed by the subject.

NSFW During a Linguistics lecture today, the teacher demonstrated how nouns can be turned into verbs;

for example "a brush is used to brush some one". My teacher gazed around the class, asking us for another example.

In retrospect, I don't think she liked the word "fist".

Three intransitive verbs walk into a bar.

They sit. They converse. They depart.

Be verbs.

The teacher asked the class to stand one by one and compose a simple sentence using appropriate be verbs.

"She is beautiful", said Kate.

"My dogs are fat", shouted Mark.

"I is...", stuttered Joe when the teacher interrupted.

"You always say 'I am'. Never say 'I is'", ...

It's important to distinguish pronouns from verbs

That is, if you want to use damn well

This joke may contain profanity. 🤔

A grammar book walks into a bar

* An Oxford comma walks into a bar, where it spends the evening watching the television, getting drunk, and smoking cigars.

* A dangling participle walks into a bar. Enjoying a cocktail and chatting with the bartender, the evening passes pleasantly.

* A bar was walked into by the pass...

People ask me why I chose to teach Maths rather than English. I tell them,

“Fractions speak louder than verbs.”

You know why the Bible is better than the dictionary?

The dictionary has verbs, but the Bible has PROverbs!

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