In the name of Allah,
Hi Guys, I heard this in some series : _ so, we have also have been very productive here, did you get my message? sharon said. _Yes, the animated spokesperson, interesting idea, modeling after Amber, Jack said. Then he added: rand slam on run. Well, I ask about have have been , what does it mean, and what is the difference between the first have and the other one? Also, what is rand slam on run? Appreciated in advance.
You are totally right, Anglika, about grand slam, because Jack got this comment from another actor on it: - you think this is a home run? In return he nodded his head . And so, it is not "on run" as well, the whole phrase is: grand slam home run. But may I ask why he added home run despite grand slam in itself means it.
This is the problem with transcribing - punctuation is lost.
All these are errors. Whoever typed the copy for the websites did not properly check (or have checked) what they had typed. It is not uncommon on the internet. I still think that the transcription probably lost a pause that was in the script.