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can people please start using obliged instead of obligated.
obligated is not a word.
I thought it was a word..
I understand why people think it is.
because obligation so…
Well idk bro when I first learned English it was UK (mainly England cause that’s where the teacEr was from) English and definitely learned that from the teacher.
And thunk is an onomatopoeia. And snuck is a word. Past tense of sneak.
Also learned that when learning UK English.
Okay snuck should not be a word, I know it is now but it was slang, sneaked is the original past tense of sneak but anyway. I meant thunk not as in the sound but as in thought. I’ve heard someone say that they thunk and it was a really unpleasant experience. But whatever maybe I was wrong, doesn’t change the fact that I hate the word obligated and obliged means the same thing.
while obliged and obligated are synonyms ((somewhat)) they are not the same word and they have different meanings and they are both correct and it is not an americanism.
snuck is the past participle of sneak and it’s only proper usage is with the verb “to have” ((i.e. I have snuck out before)) or the verb “to be” ((i.e. The money was snuck out of the bank)) so it’s usage in the past tense is technically wrong.
Thunk is not a word but is used in an expression “who woulda thunk it” which purposely uses the words ‘woulda’ and ‘thunk’ incorrectly
Also just because two words mean the same thing doesn’t mean that only one is correct ((for example just because autumn and fall are the same thing doesn’t mean that only one is correct))
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