“I didn’t mean for you to see your present until I’d wrapped it.” This sort of use of “mean for” is a casual pattern inappropriate in written or formal English. Instead, say “I didn’t mean you to see your present. . . .
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California Red Light Camera Loophole May Mean Millions in Refunds A recent ruling in Newark, Calif., may mean thousands of ticketed drivers are due a refund. Keisha Dunlevy appeared in court last week to contest a $500 ticket she received for running a red light. Dunlevy argued the public was never properly notified of the cameras at that intersection. She provided the court commissioner with a clipping from a November 2008 newspaper which said “a camera has ...
June 13, 2013 - Opposing Views