I've recently started work for a new company, and it uses the slogan 'Your truly partner for a better future'. I mentioned to my boss that I thought this was incorrect grammar, but he is adamant that it is right. With the word 'truly' being an adverb I am under the belief that it shouldn't precede a noun (partner). What do you think?
Welcome to the forums.
You are correct.
Please take the trouble to write words in full. We don't accept chatspeak like thx on a forum dedicated to good English.
Unless you're Benny Hill:
"FUNEX?" (eggs - spoken with a fake Austrian accent)
"S - VFX"
"R - FUNEM? (ham)
"S - VFM"
Last edited by emsr2d2; 03-Apr-2013 at 07:49. Reason: typo