[CrackMonkey] RSA patent expiration party
monkeymaster at crackmonkey.org
Tue Aug 8 14:15:50 PDT 2000
begin Michael Jennings quotation:
> > > > > Are you one of the few that has never read Seth's web pages?
> > If you're referring to a "few", then shouldb't the verb be
> > "have" instead of "has"?
> Yes. But he's not. Note the subject of the sentence is "one," not
> "few." "Few" is the object of the preposition "of." Take out the
> prepositional phrase, and you get "are you one who has never read
> Seth's web pages," which is correct.
Nono. He's saying:
Are you one of the <group>?
Where <group> is "the few who have never read Seth's web
He's not asking if I'm the one who has never read the pages,
he's asking if I'm in this group.
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