Episode 32 - Schrödinger’s Adjective and Three Other Pieces of Grammar Philosophy
Why are "done," "swum" and "gone" just adjectives dressing up as verbs so they can get into a "verbs only" party?
How do you hide yourself in a sentence that isn't about you?
And did you know that the future doesn't exist in English, and we have no way of expressing the future?
Let's take a look at the world of philosophical grammar and discover imposters, impossibilities and Schrödinger's adjective, whatever that is ...
... or isn't.
Audio credit: Sweet by bensound.com