Food for thought...

Is it OK to say, `The Nattammai Achuthan visited Chennai last week'?

If you want to include an individual's name with titles like `Queen', `King', `Prime Minister' and `President', then you normally don't use the definite article `the'. For example, we do not say, `The Queen Elizabeth drank coffee'. We can either say, `The Queen drank coffee' or `Queen Elizabeth drank coffee'. Your sentence is therefore wrong. You can either say, `The Nattammai visited Chennai last week' or `Nattammai Achuthan visited Chennai last week.'

Sunday, May 16, 2010

My Dear Friends in Theme parxz..

From Left in de below pic AN(Ananthi),B(abinaya),JU(anjana),MATHU(jerk),ICEo(gaya3),RULZ(money),NAKKUL(harish) , NTTAMMAI(Achu),PT(george)

These guys don't know how and where to enjoy this summer, but luckily MR.PO is out of this.He knows what to do when , where at the right time.He is right person for the right and also for the wrong thing. i don't know why these guys are hanging out here.

I repeatedly used to advice them but those lazy gooses won't get my words to their head.Now see how these guys are without me.

But what ever it is they are my damn FRIENDS, they always guide me to the right thing..

I miss you doggiesss...


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