|Quick point: just on the grammar...|
|Last Edit: GrumpyMorningBoy 10:44 am EDT 04/01/21|
|Posted by: GrumpyMorningBoy 10:42 am EDT 04/01/21|
|In reply to: The messy brilliance of the MY FAIR LADY film (VERY LONG!) - Michael_Portantiere 05:59 pm EDT 03/31/21|
|I'm no grammarian, but are you saying that this lyric:
"I'd be equally as willing for a dentist to be drilling than to ever let a woman in my life"
Should be "I'd be equally as willing for a dentist to be drilling as ever to let a woman in my life"?
Making the "as" statements parallel and avoiding splitting the infinitive in "to let"? Are those the errors?
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