@AndrewLeach That decision gave me a chance to comment. Also it's probably Foxy since he's the only one we see biting anybody if I recall correctly. The main reason people think it might be Freddy is because of a television show within the game that has a copyright date of 1984, but that doesn't preclude the possibility of it being 1987 since reruns do happen. =P
Because you're all burning with curiosity I'm sure. =P
Most people say I wish I could, I wish you would.
Can we use I wish I can, I wish you will?
I'd like to know what the main differences between the usage of can/will and could/would are when wishing.
Is it related to the subjunctive? Because one says "I wish I were", not "I wish I am", so a...
it is really quite simple
punctuation is an artifact of orthography
andorthography is a form of technology
grammar is a part of language
which is the tongue spoken
by each of us
syntax and morphology
morphology is how individual words ...
I promise not to make a habit of it, but here it fits well I adjudge.
@MattE.Эллен I wish that had been answered well already. And presumably a hundred times by every ESL teacher ever. But if it hadn't, someone should just go through 'I wish' vs 'I believe' (and other subjunctivy things) followed by all the modals to see the actual data.
@terdon It explains what grammar is, and isn't, by using no punctuation whatsoever yet remaining not only completely grammatical but clear and easily understand. Punctuation is about writing not grammar.
What would be the best StackExchange site for asking a question about copyright infringement and related legalities regarding a textbook on Ancient Greek? To give more context — I would like to reproduce the readings from the textbook on my blog, but I'm not sure if doing so would be legal.