Interested in Language
Normally I know the grammatical conditions for these 3 words, but sometimes I'm not very sure...
I would be very thankful if you check these sentences.
I like the music of Jamiroquai.
This song is from their new album.
Jumping off a bridge is not a solution.
Get your arm off of my husband!
This movie is from 2002.
I'm in love with a girl who is from a criminal family.
I cannot get her off my mind.
Thanks you two.
Hmm that's interesting, because I heard that in a TV serial:
YouTube - According to Jim - 05x10 - Lean On Me.avi
(8 seconds video).
P.S. Okay, it's not "get" but "take".
Maybe there are plenty of differences between British English and American English.
This one could be one of them.
I hope by this you mean the world, not this small videoYou can hear some questionable English many places.
(Would make me sad if these TV serials are that grammatically wrong, because I listen to them nearly every day for around 2 hours).
I'm still thinking about why they add the "of".
But I mean the take and the off belong together.
Take off. - 1 verb
What if she would say:
Take off your arm of my husband.
I doubt leaving the of would be okay in this case.
Don't take it wrong, I fully believe you, but I'm interested in this topic