How about attacking the argument itself instead of patting yourself on the back over one word?Of course... you have problems with words like "only" and will insist that it is a "grammatical" error... like when you insisted someone was the unanimous choice... until I prove that wrong... and you changed it to "popular" (see above) choice.
Words like "always", "never" , "most", "more", and...'only'.
Barefoot logic: scores a point, claims knockout.
I am well aware that by your logic guilt can only be proven if the accused admits as such. Unfortunately for you, actions speak louder than words such as your blatant insinuation that because Britain does not have a Constitution, it is not a Constitutional monarchy.I'll bump this as an example of something that you repeat but still cannot find me denying the UK is a constitutional monarchy because- and this is the tricky part- I haven't said that.
Putting aside the UK does not have a constitution.
Here is a simple question in Barefootese:
Is Britain a Constitutional monarchy? Yes or no?
Barefoot goes silent... and we know why.
I will state that you have nothing of substance against the argument itself.<quoted text>
Still waiting for you to explain what is grammatically incorrect about this sentence.
I say there isn't anything grammatically incorrect..
I will state that it is just a false statement.