Possible Duplicate: Ellipsis that results in one word serving as both subject and object I am “adjective” and I am “present continuous” in one sentence I was using some exercise equipment ...
The other day I saw a sign in a restroom saying: Wash your hands thoroughly to kill bacteria and serve safe food It struck me as wrong somehow, since it gave me the immediate humorous mental ...
Which is proper grammar: “Ice possible drive with care” or “possible ice drive with caution”?
'Stick no bills' sounds awkward. Shouldn't it be something like 'Do not stick any bills'?