ChristianBecker wrote:Ah, yes, I used to think it was "tshemistry" instead of "kemistry"....
Catch-up wrote:Here are a couple that have been driving me crazy. I don't know if it's a (U.S.) regional thing or what? The first is the strange use of the phrase "speak to", as in "I cannot speak to the menu changes." with the meaning that they cannot comment on it because they didn't experience it. "I cannot speak OF the menu changes" makes sense to me.
Catch-up wrote:The other one is saying that you are or were standing "on line" to refer to being IN a line or queue. Unless there's a line painted on the ground, under your feet, you are standing IN a line, not ON a line.
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