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Sorry to offer a correction, but e.g. and i.e. are not "contractions" as stated at 7:20 and 8:12. They are abbreviations. A contraction is the shortening of a word or phrase by the omission of letters. For example, the contraction "isn't" is a shortened form of "is not," but it is in a sense a new single word made out of two words. An abbreviation, on the other hand, is a shortened form of a word or phrase, rather than an omission. No words or letters are omitted in an abbreviation. They are simply written down in a shortened form. In other words, they are written down in a simplified manner. Abbreviations simplify without omitting. The abbreviation "Mr." written out in full is still the same- "Mister". No letters are actually omitted. Contractions and abbreviations are two different things. A contraction uses an apostrophe, while an abbreviation uses a period.
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This is a great video, but I want to make a correction about "myself". You can use it without using "I" in the sentence, since the subject "I" is implied by "myself". In your example, when someone asks "Who are you bringing to the party?", you could answer "Myself", meaning "(I am bringing) myself". You _could_ say "Myself and I", but this is often said as a joke. It has become more popular to say "Myself and I" because of songs like the one you played by Fergie, as well as "Me, Myself, and I" by De La Soul. In Fergie's song, she is saying "myself and I" as a sort of emphasis, and the De La Soul song he is emphasizing his selfishness and that fact that he doesn't care about anyone else. But saying "myself and I" is never necessary, and you can always just say "myself".
The main use of "myself" as well as "yourself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, themselves" is to show the the subject, or do-er of the action is doing the action to them. You could say "I gave him the apple", to talk about performing an action towards SOMEONE ELSE, but you can't say "I gave *me an apple", you would have to say "I gave myself an apple". Someone could ask you "who cut your hair", and if YOU are the one who cut your hair, you would say "I cut it myself".
Sorry, my interpretation of De La Soul's song was probably unfair. He is also saying "me, myself and I" for emphasis. So many rappers go on about how they only care for themselves, so I thought he was one of those rappers, but he is really a nice person
The first one about me myself and I isn’t that big of a deal in informal speech. You can say me and my friend even though it might be my friend and I. Though for formal situations like an interview I would use the more proper way of speaking. With then and than they pretty much sound the same even when speaking especially depending on the regional accent. I’m from North Texas, but I don’t have too strong of an accent. The way I say them probably sounds indistinguishable, but I know which one I’m saying. So if you have to say it right to get it into your head I would over exaggerate the vowel in the words.
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As a Swedish native which/that is selfexplorative(vilken/vilket vs som).
The same with amount/number - mängd/antal.
Well if you Know what they stand for no problem oughta occur.
The first was a good reminder though, didn’t think it made any difference.
Reminds me of when I was fairly new at english and wrote stories as in swedish ”said he” when writing dialogue. Instead of ”he said”.
Both is allright ofc but ”he said” is a bit more right as I’ve understood it.
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Don't get too perfect and PC. Gets sterile and looks, sounds like grammar, novel quotes that are clinically correct but express little originality. You are a good linguist, but perfection isn't always the road to greatness.
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