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    Well yeah, I'm Aman. Currently doing my GCSE's but yeah hi guys
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    I am doing GCSE's too! Hey!


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    Doing your GCSE's what? And which particular GCSE are you referring to?
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    (Original post by mc1000)
    Doing your GCSE's what? And which particular GCSE are you referring to?
    You mentioned above you are doing GCSE's?
    I take
    Geography
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    Science

    Please quote me if you want a reply
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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    You mentioned above you are doing GCSE's?
    I take
    Geography
    ICT
    Classics
    Maths
    English
    Science

    Please quote me if you want a reply
    No, I'm not doing my GCSEs. I'm currently undertaking a Masters degree; I completed my GCSEs in 2006.

    I was just facetiously pointing out your poor use of grammar. They're GCSEs, not GCSE's. "GCSE's" implies the possessive form of a single GCSE.
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    (Original post by mc1000)
    No, I'm not doing my GCSEs. I'm currently undertaking a Masters degree; I completed my GCSEs in 2006.

    I was just facetiously pointing out your poor use of grammar. They're GCSEs, not GCSE's. "GCSE's" implies the possessive form of a single GCSE.
    I am sure people reading this would be aware of what I meant.
    Furthermore, you too wrote "GCSE's" in the OP


    (Original post by Aman Badesha)
    Well yeah, I'm Aman. Currently doing my GCSE's but yeah hi guys
    I would no longer like to discuss this, I came on the thread to say hello, not to discuss my grammar. Thank you.
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    Hey diddly do!
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    is this your real name? I know a guy called Aman,
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    (Original post by mc1000)
    Doing your GCSE's what? And which particular GCSE are you referring to?
    Ha, awesome. Bet that threw a few people off
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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    I am sure people reading this would be aware of what I meant.
    Furthermore, you too wrote "GCSE's" in the OP
    No I didn't. I didn't start the thread. I responded to both you and the OP, who both used the term "GCSE's", suggesting some reference to something to do with one of your GCSE exams. You can't blame me for asking a perfectly harmless (and frankly justified) question pertaining to the nature of the issue in question with this particular GCSE.
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    (Original post by mc1000)
    No I didn't. I didn't start the thread. I responded to both you and the OP, who both used the term "GCSE's", suggesting some reference to something to do with one of your GCSE exams. You can't blame me for asking a perfectly harmless (and frankly justified) question pertaining to the nature of the issue in question with this particular GCSE.
    Heh, good one.

    Now stop procrastinating and get back to work
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    (Original post by mc1000)
    No I didn't. I didn't start the thread. I responded to both you and the OP, who both used the term "GCSE's", suggesting some reference to something to do with one of your GCSE exams. You can't blame me for asking a perfectly harmless (and frankly justified) question pertaining to the nature of the issue in question with this particular GCSE.
    Apologies, sorry - I thought you were the OP, my phone app keeps flickering with the usernames and the top bit.
    My fault,
    I shall give you a personal rep later!


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    (Original post by mc1000)
    No I didn't. I didn't start the thread. I responded to both you and the OP, who both used the term "GCSE's", suggesting some reference to something to do with one of your GCSE exams. You can't blame me for asking a perfectly harmless (and frankly justified) question pertaining to the nature of the issue in question with this particular GCSE.
    *******
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    Welcome to the internet,
    Home of cats, Viral video crazes and of course grammar nazis, which you've already met.
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    (Original post by PKMN TRN JAM)
    Welcome to the internet,
    Home of cats, Viral video crazes and of course grammar nazis, which you've already met.
    *grammar Nazis.
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    (Original post by mc1000)
    *grammar Nazis.
    Very good
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    :hello: Welcome to TSR!

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    (Original post by Olympiad)
    You mentioned above you are doing GCSE's?
    I take
    Geography
    ICT
    Classics
    Maths
    English
    Science

    Please quote me if you want a reply
    Oh hi, and my subjects are: health and social care, maths, english, science, business studies, RE, and french
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    :hello: Welcome to TSR!

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    thankyou!
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    (Original post by mathsymathsy)
    is this your real name? I know a guy called Aman,
    yeah, and i think its cause it can be used for both boys and girls
 
 
 
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