Thursday, December 01, 2005


This sentense contains three erors.
There are only two spelling mistakes and the sentence is grammatical so what's the third error? Well, it's the factual error in counting three errors when there are only two. So that explains how the sentence comes to have three errors. In which case the sentence is factually correct, hence there are only the two spelling errors. So the sentence is incorrect.

'Them' can never be the first word of a grammatical sentence.
Oh, no?

From Ulverston.


Blogger Cheryl said...

Unless the use of the letters that spell three (instead of the letters that spell two) was the error. In which case, whether it says three or not, its still correct, because it spelled 'two' wrong. Unless that means it has four errors for replacing both the w and the o with each counting as a single error, or six, for the extra two letters.
Or something.
My brain hurts.

8:53 AM  
Blogger Largetrousers said...

Intriguing. I always thought paradox were airborne medics.

2:22 PM  

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