Oh. Yeah, but I guess either way works. XD Good catch!
Here's a little trick! Think about if you were the only subject in the sentence. "I had the terrible idea to braid..." vs. "Me had the terrible idea to braid..." See, makes it really easy to tell!
You guys... eminent means “prestigious.” Imminent is the word you’re looking for.
Good point, @Hanna_Brassheart.
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That's so funny!I don't think I would have noticed that!
Is it possible to change the title of this topic so that all the words have capital letters ("You Know You Are An Aetherlighter When")? This has been annoying me for months.
It’s actually grammatically correct by some standards [https://grammar.yourdictionary.com/capitalization/rules-for-capitalization-in-titles.html]
It still looks wrong. Not grammatically speaking, but aesthetically speaking.
Yeah, the are and an are fine, but the you should be You.
YES! Someone agrees with me.
Hmhmhm. The article states that two styles say all words under three letters should be lowercased. #LanguageisFluid
"You" is three letters, not under three letters.
Sorry, I meant three letters and under. Good catch.
Wait, so "The Cat in the Hat" should be "The cat in the hat"? O.o
Well, according to another rule, the last word is always capitalized. So I guess it could correctly be “The cat in the Hat.” Weird.
Yeah, no. Sorry "YourDictionary.com", not all three-letter words are meant to be lower-cased.
Use square brackets for bracket inside of brackets.