"Evening Surprise" - A Computer Game

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  • [ – ] Inaflap reply I might have a look at this Ren'Py toolkit. It looks like it could be used to make a graphical adventure. This book was a bit dull... I like the artwork... especially the Manga style. It reminds me of a cartoon that was shown here in the late 1970s called, "Battle of the Planets". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acOnskcyrtA
    • sowhat-vidme parent reply I like that. When I was young, my hero was "Captain Future". It was a cartoon series. I loved it. And now they are doing like a film with modern-day technics https://youtu.be/34j9JsU8Yok
  • [ – ] Inaflap reply "I'm laying in bed". Laying what? To lie and to lay are frequently confused by native English speakers. I suspect you spotted the error. It's confusing to us natives, because to lie can also mean to fib of course... so people learning the language by ear, think they should use laying instead of lying. To lay is to set something down. You could lay an egg if you first pushed one up... hard boiled I suggest. You could lay a table but might that be painful? Ann could lay a fat dildo on the bed, then lie down on the bed. It is further complicated by lay being the past tense of to lie (down). People wanting the past tense of to lie, then use the past tense of to lay instead, which is laid. I'm lying when I say I lied down and laid my fat dildo next to me. No it was Anne that was lain here with the dildo laid adjacent.
    • [ – ] sowhat-vidme parent reply I am always trying to become better at English. I mix it up all the time, and I am also never sure when to use "s" or "z". I found out that some speople say "Islamisation", while others say "Islamization" or even "Islamification". English is not as easy to learn as I thought, dammit.
      • [ – ] Inaflap parent reply American English tends to use the zed (or zee). I think either is okay, though I tend to use the ess form, being a Brit. I've seen people write lazer instead of laser. Now that's wrong of course... ess stands for stimulated. Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.
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