Sunday, September 2, 2007

Bath with her dog

I have a short story about my dog today. I am still laughing while I am writing this.

This morning I heard my mum speaking to her friend over the phone. She said "She was busy taking bath with her dog". What a laugh ! What she meant was "taking bath for her dog". This is one example of English grammar that has different meaning.
If there is any English grammar mistake, please comment?

1 comment:

TYTan said...

HaHa, fortunately she did not say "bath under her dog"