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and (Posted on 2006-03-13) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Find a complete grammatical English sentence, ending with the word "and" (but not with the "and" in inverted commas).

What is the most consecutive "and"s you can find in a grammatical sentence.

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more thoughts | Comment 2 of 26 |

What is this fascination with the word and?

What would happen if a sentence ended with and and began with and?

Would you become confused if you had to read and and, and then read another and?

How might one interpret the and and and, and at what point does it become silly?


  Posted by Bob Smith on 2006-03-13 09:28:19
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