Caught verses Got

Jason’s clarification on the difference between caught and got:

Here’s a gooder explanation for got and caught. So, what we have here is a pencil, which you wanted to use for an example. Now, if I do this. <throws it.> You got a pencil, but you did not caught a pencil. However, if I throw three or four at you and you caught one, you still got’em all, but you only caught one. So you understood everything; however, you did not grasp everything I told you. Now, that is a reasonable explanation.



Today’s useless piece of information:

It’s not cheating if it’s your dog.


About alishacostanzo

Alisha Costanzo is from a Syracuse suburb. She earned her MFA in creative writing from the University of Central Oklahoma, where she currently teaches English. She's the author of BLOOD PHOENIX: REBIRTH, BLOOD PHOENIX: CLAIMED, BLOOD PHOENIX: IMPRINTED, and LOVING RED, and co-editor of DISTORTED, UNDERWATER, and AFTER THE HAPPILY EVER AFTER. She’s currently editing her new 2017 fire-themed anthology, writing about Ria’s father, and crafting her new YA novel for its 2018 release. In the meantime, she will continue to corrupt young minds, rant about the government, and daydream about her all around nasty creatures.

Posted on April 23, 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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