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Friday, December 14, 2012

Poll: What's wrong with this McDonald's post?


This photo is taken from McDonald's facebook page. If you are eagle-eyed, you would spot what's wrong with the picture. Go figure!

130 comments:

  1. Jollibug to the left, to the left. *sing

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    1. Traditions tapos does? Hello! Dapat do!!!

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    2. Gaga. "does" refers to the family, not traditions. balik ka nga sa grade 1, day!

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    3. LOL :) u had me at gaga! Hahahs

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    4. Anon 12:4o tama si ano. 7:10 dahil it should be "do" dahil filipino family traditions... Traditions ang tinutukoy kaya "do" talaga. Pero ang mas focus ni fashion Pulis here ay yung jollibee store sa kaliwa.

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    5. tama si anon 12:40. "does" refers to "your family". unahan ko na rin. in case anyone argues that "your" can also be plural, in this sentence its singular form is being used. kung 'di niyo pa rin maintindihan at aapela pa rin kayo, please ask your english teacher for assistance.

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    6. Korek si Anonymous 12:40 PM sa usapang grammar.

      Korek si Anonymous 10:40 AM kasi ang point ni FP is 'yung Jollibee sign sa kaliwa while this is a post for McDonald's.

      Yun lang. ^_^

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    7. Anonymous December 14, 2012 7:10 AM
      Anonymous December 15, 2012 10:40 AM

      Please review your English 101 lessons! As Anonymous December 15, 2012 12:53 PM posted, it should be "does" because the subject of this interrogative sentence is "family."

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  2. May Jollibee sa harap ng simbahan!!!

    *Larz

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  3. Lol! J would love to thank them niyan!

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  4. pinapakita na hindi nirerespeto ang simbahan sa dami ng nagtitinda sa labas. hehehehe

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  5. It's the bee!!! The Bee!!!
    ....................

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  6. nandyan ang buboyog!

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  7. I see jollibee on the left!

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  8. May jollibee sa left side hehe

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  9. Parang may something sa left-side ng pic fp... Pulong ng mga born again? O may rally o merong kaganapan sa stage ng mga nag wewelga sa gov't?

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  10. right beside a rival fastfood chain

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  11. nag photobomb si jollibee! hahaha:D

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  12. That caption shows "What Filipino Christmas traditions does your family observe every year?" The shot didn't capture what it's supposed to be meant.

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    1. DUHHHHH. Di ba obvious na simbang gabi yon? Kelan ka ba nagsisimbang gabi... kapag new year!?

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  13. nakita c Jabee!!!! hahahhahha

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  14. with the special participation of jabee!

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  15. does = should be "do"

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    1. do?? humaygad anak, seryoso ka sa comment mo?

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    2. Inday... wag nang i-correct ang grammar dahil tama ang grammar. Now go make walis the bakuran. Magagalit si ate mo. Di ka bigyan ng day off nun.

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    3. Tama naman si Anon 12:20 ah, wrong grammar din kasi ung question. Wagas ka naman maka-react.

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    4. Tama po! Dapat do!

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    5. Patay tayo. Kitang kita kung gaano karaming Pinoy ang eng-eng sa English... DOES dapat... DOES YOUR FAMILY... Mali ang DO YOUR FAMILY. Pwede ba, magsibalik kayo sa Engliah 101 ninyo. SHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!

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    6. Anon 10:19 it perstains to family traditions, plural ang traditions kaya do

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    7. patay tayo nyan pag si Anon 10:19 AM ang pinaniwalaan ng mga readers dito. lol.

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    8. lol. Sa mga nagsasabing DO, hindi sa family or sa tradition ngrerefer iyon. Ito po ay based sa person being refered to which is "your".

      What Christmas Traditions DO your family observe?
      What Christmas Traditions DOES your family observe?

      Cge nga!

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    9. lmfao... active verb vs. passive verb.

      more government budget for education talaga.

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  16. Haha. May exposure yung Jollibee sa McDo. Lol

    -gwapo ako

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  17. lol... naka libre ng ad c jollibee!

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  18. ahh ok, me jollibee dun sa left

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  19. hahahaha si Jollibee nasa gilid!

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  20. Lol kita agad ci jobi..

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  21. C jollibee hehehe...

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  22. Tara na, let's buy some kiddie meal!

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  23. mcdo post.. pero si jollibee bidang bida.

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  24. I just saw the FAMOUS bee :D

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  25. free ad space for JOllibee!!!

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  26. ay, plangak! si jollibee nasa pikchuraka!!!

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  27. they've cropped the pic already

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  28. lol, hinanap ko yung post na to! nagbabasa ata sila ng FP, naka-crop agad yung pic!
    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=443184289064170&set=a.137386276310641.18998.121863347862934&type=1&theater
    -parpol

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  29. jollibee on the far left. haha!

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  30. Ahihihi, hindi nila napansin yung Jollibee sa pitchur?

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  31. Filipino = Jollibee! Yan ang tatak pinoy hehe

    BaklangTalandi

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  32. tinanggal na nila si jolibi hehe.

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  33. Dalawa ung errors.
    May jollibee
    then "what christmas family traditionS DOES. ."

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    1. "What Filipino Christmas traditions does your family observe every year?"

      There is no grammar error there. Subject is family (singular)
      Does - used for singular nouns or pronouns

      Examples:

      My family does observe Christmas traditions every year.

      He does go to school everyday.

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    2. Di ba ang subject eh "filipino christmas traditions"? Plural un so di ba dapat "do"?

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    3. @3:04 AM: Hanokamo?

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    4. Korek si Anonymous December 14, 2012 2:06 AM. Walang mali sa grammar. Susme. Ang mali lang sa post eh na-ekstra si Jollibee. Wag maging grammar nazi kung ikaw mismo ay lasog lasog ang grammar. Tseh.

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    5. Hindi po. Tama si anon 2:06 am. Ang noun ay family hindi Christmas traditions.

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    6. I agree. "do" dapat yun.

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    7. No, the subject of the sentence is family.

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    8. correct, 3:04 am.

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    9. 3:04, wag mo ipilit ang mali. Ask mo mga English guru, they wil tell you that you're wrong! "filipino christmas traditions" is not the subject. Remember it's in question form.

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    10. Subject = Christmas Traditions. Dapat DO. Alamin nyo muna kung ano ang subject bago kayo mag-react. Eto na lang, ang subject ay yung pinag-uusapan (kaya nga subject di ba). O ano ba ang pinag-uusapan sa sentence na 'to, di ba Christmas TraditionS, bakit nyo naman naisip na family? Ngayong alam nyo na ang subject, itama nyo na ang verb = DO. Okay na tayo?

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    11. Anon 2:06 AM, iniba mo ang sentence construction e. Let's stick to the original sentence that was used "What Filipino Christmas traditions does your family observe every year?" Magsa-sample din ako para mas maintindihan mo.

      Palitan natin ng YOU ang YOUR FAMILY. We both agree that FAMILY is singular di ba, at ang YOU ay singular din. So if you replace YOUR FAMILY ng simpleng YOU sa original sentence, eto ang lalabas = "What Filipino Christmas traditions does YOU observe every year?" Sakit sa tenga! Kasi nga, ang subject ay Family TraditionS, hindi Family. Yung DO or DOES na pinagtatalunan natin dito ay para sa Christmas TraditionS, hindi para sa Family. Sana maliwanag na ang eksplanasyon ko para sa mga nalilito.

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    12. Yuck, Anonymous December 14, 2012 2:59 PM. You are getting things wrong. Eto ang mga samples:

      Which beauty parlors in the city DOES your girlfriend go to?
      (Your girlfriend GOES to Ricky Reyes and David's Salon.)

      What colors DOES Mike Lim likes to paint with?
      (Mike Lim LIKES to paint with red, green and red.)

      KUHA MO!? KUHA MO!? IF NOT, GO BACK TO GRADE SCHOOL!

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    13. Ate Anonymous 2:59 PM, maling mali yung pagda-dissect mo ng sentence structure. Sayang ang effort. More importantly, sayang ang utak!

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    14. Anon 2:59. This is already getting out of hand. I want to share my own analysis, okay?:

      First of all, YOU is a pronoun, can be both Singular and Plural.

      Examples:
      Singular
      You (Peter) are my cousin.
      Peter is my cousin.

      Plural
      You (Beth and Michelle) are my cousins.
      Beth and Michelle are my cousins.

      Let's go back to the question aka interrogative sentence:
      What Filipino Christmas traditions does your family observe every year?

      Let us now answer that question so we turn it into a declarative sentence aka statement:
      My family goes to midnight mass and prepares/eats our noche buena as our Christmas traditions.

      Question: What is the subject? Is it Family or Christmas traditions?

      Remember: The subject is what (or whom) the sentence is about, while the predicate tells something about the subject
      To determine the subject of a sentence, first isolate the verb and then make a question by placing "who?" or "what?" before it -- the answer is the subject.

      Ex: My family goes to midnight mass and prepares/eats our noche buena as our Christmas traditions.

      The verbs in the above sentence are "goes, prepares and eats." Who goes, prepares and eats? My family DOES.
      Hence, "The family" - is the Subject of the sentence.

      The predicate (which always includes the verb) goes on to relate something about the subject.
      Hence, "goes to midnight mass and prepares/eats our noche buena as our Christmas traditions" - is the Predicate.

      So let's turn it into question:
      Statement: My family goes to midnight mass and prepares/eats our noche buena as our Filipino Christmas traditions.
      Question form: What Filipino Christmas traditions DOES your family observe every year?
      Verdict: There is no error in grammar in the question in the Mcdo post.

      Understood na po ba? I really hope so. Thank you for your time and interest in learning proper grammar.

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    15. your explanation is correct... your verdict is just wrong..
      the subject is not "family" alone, the whole subject is Filipino Christmas Traditions - and it is called a SUBJECT PHRASE.

      dont compare the 'question form' to the 'statement' you made. completely different point of comparison, in short, there's no sense at all.

      eto ang tanong ko sayo ngayon... if Filipino is the only subject, anong tawag mo dun sa christmas traditions?

      these are also correct:
      What Christmas tradition of the Filipinos DOES your family observe...
      What Filipino foods DO your family prepare...


      and why do you need to cite 'you' as an example? hindi naman kelangan.

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    16. Anon 11:37,Hoy pwede ba, wag kang TH!! Umuwi ka na at hinahanap ka na ng amo mo! May subject phrase ka pang nalalaman, saan mo napulot yun? Kaloka!!

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    17. nkkatawa nmn ang 'does-do' topic na eto. Ewan ko sa inyo. Kktamad kya 'yang pg-aralan. Study hard mga anak.

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    18. guys! have you ever heard of inverted sentences? kaya tama ang does coz it pertains sa word na family not sa traditions. hindi lahat ng SUBJECT nauuna sa sentence


      HEAT

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    19. Haha. You people are funny. Tama na yung grammar. Kung gusto nyo i-type nyo sa word file ang sentence using "does" and "do". The word file will show na "does" yung walang error. Complete na explanation ni Anon 4:57. Kung simpleng logic, alin o sino ba ang magda-"does" (in short gagawa, hahaha), yung traditions or your family. Syempre yung family which is singular.

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  34. Bida ang sarap stealing the moment!

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  35. pic was edited na. wala n c jollibee sa page :)) christmas! sharing :)

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  36. I see a family enjoying a bucket of chicken joy inside jollibee ganyan kataLas mata ko!!!

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  37. tumumbling ako sa katatawa fp...kala ko nga ka sister company na nila si jobeee..hahahaha

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  38. tradition ng pinoy kumain sa jollibee after simbang gabi!! hahahaha! pasosyal sosyal pa kase peg ng mickey d lol

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  39. Hahaha shempre iba pa din ang bida sa sarap!

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  40. may jollibee na. hmmmm... nagpaalam kaya sila sa owner ng blog where they got the photo?

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    1. "This photo is taken from Mcdonald's facebook page."

      That's acknowledgement aka 'paalam' na sinasabi mo.

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    2. nagpaalam kaya ang mcdo sa jollibee na makikita ang store nila sa picture na gagamitin?

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  41. nakita ko na sa fanpage yung pic. Cropped na yung Jollibee :)

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    1. Wrong grammar ka jan. Go back to school to know na hindi grammar yung mali, kundi may na-extra sa picture. Pay attention when the teacher talks about sentence structure and subject-verb agreement. Okay? Okay.

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    2. korek ka, Glenn! etong si Anon 2:32 ang wrong! Lol. The subject is Christmas Filipino Traditions, not family. Anon's the one who didn't pay attention to the teacher. Teacher said to identify first what is the correct subject then link the verb. You missed the subject big time, Anon 2:32! Lol!

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    3. OMG ka Anonymous December 14, 2012 3:18 PM, yung pinagtatanggol mo eh yung mali. Pwede ba. Basic grammar lang yan. Tama yung grammar sa post. Kakahiya kayo. YOU are missing the subjec-verb agreement big time! Okay... enroll ka na ulit sa grade 2. Dun pa lang tinuturo na yan.

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    4. Glenn and Anonymous December 14, 2012 3:18 PM... Eto ang mga samples, para kahit papano naman medyo maging tama ang English grammar ninyo:

      Which beauty parlors in the city DOES your girlfriend go to?
      (Your girlfriend GOES to Ricky Reyes and David's Salon.)

      What colors DOES Mike Lim like to paint with?
      (Mike Lim LIKES to paint with red, green and red.)

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    5. gramma is absolutely correct. ang dami na ngang nagbigay ng samples eh.. ugh. pinipilit pa. uulitin ko po TAMA ung post. walang grammatical error.

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    6. WALANG MALI SA GRAMMAR, PWEDE BA!! SUMASAKIT NA ULO KO SA MATITIGAS ANG ULO DITO!!

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    7. ANG TATANGA NG NAGSASABING MALI ANG GRAMMAR!! ANG SHOSHONGA AT ANG KUKULET!!! NAKAKA FRUSTRATE... GANTO NA BA KABABA ANG EDUCATION SA BANSA NATEN?!?! TOTOO TALAGANG DANGEROUS ANG PAGKAKAROON NG KATITING AT INCOMPLETE NA KAALAMAN LAMANG TAPOS GAGAMITIN SA PAGMAMARUNONG. SORI, NANGGIGIGIL LNG TLAGA KO!! KUNG MGA ANAK KO TO PAPAHINTUIN KO NA SA PAG AARAL. SAYANG ANG TUITION FEE!!!

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  43. What's wrong with this post? It's the grammar! The Bee being on the picture is not wrong, it might be weird or unusual but not wrong. What's wrong is the grammar. Tawa siguro ng tawa si FP habang nagbabasa ng mga comment at pagtatalo sa grammar ng mga tao dito, hahaha!

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    1. Tawa siguro ng tawa si FP sa maling akala mo. Nakalagay na nga sa taas di ba... what's wrong with the picture. Hindi what's wrong with the grammar. Pwede ba magbasa ka ng English textbooks ng grade schoolers!

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    2. Nakakaloka ang kab*b*han ng mga tao dito! PLS LANG WALANG MALI SA GRAMMAR! Wag mag marunong wala namang alam. Kalurqui!

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    3. Hahaha! Okay ka 4:22, naulol ata ako kakatawa sa comment mo kay 3:27, na pinabibili lang ata ng suka sa tindahan ay biglang dumaan sa computer shop, sabay comment dito sa post. Kakairita!

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    4. Hellloooooo! Pakibasa nga ulet ang title ni FP, "What's wrong with this McDonald's POST" hindi PICTURE, ateng! Kakaloka ka. Pwede ba magbasa ka ng maayos para ayos din ang komento mo, 4:22? hahahahahaha!

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  44. si jollibee nga, kaloka! nde man lng nila napansin

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  45. hahahaha! This is soooo darn funny! Jollibee in a mcdo print ad :)

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  46. Kung gusto niyong gawing DO ang DOES, eto ang mangyayari pag na-invert yung question to a statement.

    The Filipino Christmas traditions that my family DO observe every year ARE...

    which is fucking wrong!

    plangak, bagsak lang ang mga try-hard sa English nito. Hahaha

    Honestly, akala ko yung DO yung mali sa unang basa tapos nakita ko yung Jollibee sa picture kaya narealize ko na tama talaga yung grammar. Nakakaasar lang yung ibang mga bobo diyan, nakikipagtalo pa.

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    1. So correct! Thank you. And mas maraming salamat for having the guts to call those bobo "bobo". Andami talaga kasing nagmamagaling sa grammar, di naman magaling. To think basic pa lang yan ha. Hahaha. I like you.

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    2. its fucking wrong talaga! kasi you dont need to put DO in the sentence you made. mas plangak ka.

      why would you invert the question? i mean, do you really need to invert a sentence just to check the grammar? in the first place, the original question can be answered in a lot of ways!

      ulitin natin ah, tanggalin ang DO, kasi hindi naman talaga kelangan..
      The Filipino Christmas Traditions that my family observe are this and that. Ikaw na mismo ang nagsabi na plural ang subject by putting ARE.. right? right? the subject here btw is the Filipino Christmas Traditions.

      will i tell you to go back to elementary? yes, definitely, but not in the same school you had before, mali mali tinuturo don eh.

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    3. Ate Anonymous December 15, 2012 12:05 AM...

      MY FAMILY is SINGULAR. So dapat DOES (or in your example,t he verb should be OBSERVES). Ang plural form is FAMILIES. Now that's the time DO is used.

      Favor naman Mr. Mike Lim... pakisabi sa lahat na walang mali sa grammar sa post ng McDonalds. I know you know the right answer. Marami kasi sa mga readers mo ang umaarteng magaling. Sorry. But they gross out even the dirt poor.

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    4. Okay. Guys, the post is about the presence of Jollibee in the Mcdonald's photo and not about grammar as there is nothing wrong with it. Hope that settles everything. Thank you for loving Fashion PULIS :-)

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    5. Clap clap!! Finally FP spoke na and put an end to this useless grammar debate! Thank you, FP, we love you!!

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  47. Extra un jollibee , Taz ung moon gnawa ding balloon !

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  48. The subject here is a subject phrase, so it is the Filipino Christmas Traditions. Do dapat.

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    1. Ay sorry ha. Pero ang eng-eng mo. Basic sentence hindi mo ma pinpoint kung ano ang subject. The subject is YOUR FAMILY. Pwede ba tumahimik na.

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    2. Tama si 11:15 PM.

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  49. eto na lang..

    when some crazy people here considered the "Filipino" as the only subject... by that they also rendered "Christmas Traditions" as useless right? hence, the phrase can be omitted, right? Yes, as people here only consider Filipino as the sole subject, Christmas Traditions can be dropped. It can be dropped. It can be dropped for the benefit of the discussion also.

    ngayon, ano ang gustong itanong ng Mc Do with Filipino as the only subject?

    What Filipino does your family observe every year? (nevermind the "what" since people here are so fascinated with SV agreement)

    may sense ba ang subject nyo mga bakla?

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    1. Ay jusko. Nagbigay ka ng argumentong walang sense. Nako ateng... magtrabaho ka na lang dyan sa parlor na pinagtratrabahuhan mo. Leave the dissection of an English sentence to people who can really speak and understand it correctly. Babuh!

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    2. anong pinagsasabi mo??? basta ako napansin ko agad si Jollibee eh si MCDO nga ang nagtanong diba??? wa pakels na din ako sa grammar nya, basta nakakatawa na si Jollibee yung nasa picc. un lang!

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    3. Mukang lasheng wag patulan, sayang oras..hahaha!

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  50. jollijeep. I even mentioned mcdo sa twitter pero dead +they did not even credit the name of the photographer if in case :p

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  51. Sa Pilipinas lang talo ang Mcdo... ng isang bubuyog! hahaha Langhap Sarap!

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  52. Extra si JOllibee, heheh

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  53. Jollibee! HAHAHAHA!

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  54. Let's be cool-headed please... Sa mga nagsasabing may mali sa grammar, please consider this, you are in effect saying that the following sentence structure is correct:

    What grammatical errors do an idiot like you keep insisting on?

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  55. YESSSSSSSS! Finally, FP commented somewhere above that there is NOTHING wrong with the grammar. Thanks, FP, for putting an end to this nonsense debate na hindi naman dapat pang pinagde-debatehan dahil obviously tama naman.

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  56. major fail for McDonald's Philippines PR/Media Agency...is the photo still uploaded? i haven't checked...

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  57. oh! they cropped out jollibee...but still wrong grammar LOL

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    1. Tita, walang mali sa grammar. Maraming nagpatunay sa itaas na tama ang subject-verb agreement. Si FP mismo sinabi na ngang walang mali. Hanapin mo comment nya. Wag na makulit. Balik ka na lang sa school to refresh you knowledge in english.

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    2. Tama, no grammatical error at all. Kung pinipilit ng iba na TRADITIONS ang reference and base on their line of thinking magiging tama yung sentence below regardless of the other elements involved:
      What TRADITIONS DO she observe? (Sabi nyo sa traditions mag-focus eh)
      Esep-esep muna before commenting...

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  58. ANG T***NGA NG NAGSASABING MALI ANG GRAMMAR!! ANG SHOSHONGA AT ANG KUKULET!!! NAKAKA FRUSTRATE... GANTO NA BA KABABA ANG EDUCATION SA BANSA NATEN?!?! TOTOO TALAGANG DANGEROUS ANG PAGKAKAROON NG KATITING AT INCOMPLETE NA KAALAMAN LAMANG TAPOS GAGAMITIN SA PAGMAMARUNONG. SORI, NANGGIGIGIL LNG TLAGA KO!! KUNG MGA ANAK KO TO PAPAHINTUIN KO NA SA PAG AARAL. SAYANG ANG TUITION FEE!!!

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