Speaker B should say What mistake? (At least, he should if he has been paying attention.) Speaker A can respond with Like yours or Your mistake. (Apparently, Speaker B is clueless as to what Speaker A is talking about. :wink: )
(Say: "Thanks a bunch.")
Dear Ron, don't you know the letter 's' likes to play hide-and-seek in my posts? :D :D :D
I got your meaning. But why can't I just put two sentences from Speaker A together, such as "I won't make such a huge mistake as he did." What if I put a comma before 'as'? I'm still frustrate with this one. :?
I look forward to your answer.
I don't have any problem with that usage. :) I think you can say I won't make such a huge mistake as he did. I don't think any NES would have any trouble understanding you. I also don't think most would consider it an error. (Maybe I'm not as picky as some here. :wink: )
(I hope you are not so frustrated anymore. :wink: )