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yarb commented on the word lego
Just stopping by to make the exact same comment I made in October 2010.
March 21, 2013
kieuk commented on the word lego
British English tends to think of lego as being an aggregate noun, and thus has no 'plural' in the sense of indiviudal pieces of lego. American English, on the other hand, quite willingly perceives of the individual blocks as different 'legos'.
March 20, 2013
lego is a plural noun. If you possess multiple lego bricks, then what you have is lego.
October 5, 2010
sarra commented on the word lego
dontcry: on that note, I'll off 'n' post on ER...
October 4, 2010
bilby commented on the word lego
The tastiest bit of the frogo!
dontcry commented on the word lego
Le'go o' my Lego!