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Wii Fit console with 2 games 1 controlller and the wii fit board for £224.93 @ Toys R Us
Wii Fit console with 2 games 1 controlller and the wii fit board for £224.93 @ Toys R Us

Wii Fit console with 2 games 1 controlller and the wii fit board for £224.93 @ Toys R Us

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I bought a Wii fit for my partner by far the cheapest I found was Toys R us the next closest one was Comet at £240.00, the sold me the consol as I had a party but unfortunatly the Wii board was pre sold yet to be delivered to me but aI have the receipt, If you can wait for the board and want a deal check them out.
** bought is correct and I concede console, ok II was at work tired, fair enough.

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so hold on... What have you just brought, cus Wii Fit for £224.93 I would cry.

The paragraph you just wrote needs to make more sense

Do you mean £24.93?

That is bad where did you learn English?

Original Poster

No a Wii Fit consol with 2 games 1 controlller and the wii fit board

this probably includes a console but is very poorly written

[What have you just brought, cus Wii Fit for £224.93 I would cry.

do you mean bought?

Is it just me or does the wording in the OP's post give you a headache too ? :oops:

I think the OP is referring to this:

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Hopeless spelling and grammar, though. OP, are you sure you're old enough to have a partner?

should change it from just wii fit

pugit666;7593943

[What have you just brought, cus Wii Fit for £224.93 I would cry.do you … [What have you just brought, cus Wii Fit for £224.93 I would cry.do you mean bought?



Both spellings mean the same thing I believe...

No need to be critical. At least my spelling is better then the op

I think the OP should start again....

and the HUKD Plain English Campaign Prize goes to................................

out of stock anyway

EvillAssassin;7594083

Both spellings mean the same thing I believe...


Brought and bought are the past participles of bring and buy, respectively. This concludes the lesson for today.

http://coreyking.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/grammar_nazi2.jpg

leepea;7594225

Brought and bought are the past participles of bring and buy, … Brought and bought are the past participles of bring and buy, respectively. This concludes the lesson for today.



funny:)

Regardless of spelling and grammar this is a good price.

leepea;7594225

Brought and bought are the past participles of bring and buy, … Brought and bought are the past participles of bring and buy, respectively. This concludes the lesson for today.



har de har ;-)

Original Poster

So before everybody slates my grammer I am correct bought is a statement of a past tense, thank you very much!!!!
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