- SAT's tests
SAT’s = Standard Assessment Tests why does the Radio 4 newsreader insist on saying SAT’s Tests this morning, would he say Standard Assessment Tests Tests.Posted 9 years ago
Maybe I’m just grumpy because I’ve been at work all night. 👿
PIN number, PAC code, ATM machine…Posted 9 years ago
MOT test, no… wait a minute… that example doesn’t work does it? 😕Posted 9 years ago
Ty Gwyn House. 🙄Posted 9 years ago
“the” hoi polloiPosted 9 years ago
MOT test, no… wait a minute… that example doesn’t work does it?
MOT = Motor Ordinance Test, so you don’t need to add the ‘Test’ bitPosted 9 years ago
Jon1973, never heard of that version of MOT, try the Ministry Of Transport link for thei official definition:
You’ve obviously never been to the City of Townsville in Queensland 🙂Posted 9 years ago
Motor Ordinance Test
To make sure all the rocket launchers and artillery pieces on your car are in full working order?Posted 9 years ago
You’re being pedantic while misusing an apostrophe?Posted 9 years ago
OK, I was wrong 😳
To make sure all the rocket launchers and artillery pieces on your car are in full working order?
Ordinance – A statute or regulation
nothing to do with artillery, so it does work.Posted 9 years ago
You’re being pedantic while misusing an apostrophe?
(maybe 🙂 )Posted 9 years ago
Now you’re misusing a hyphen.Posted 9 years ago
It’s a comma-n mistake.Posted 9 years ago
I heard that SAT didnt stand for Standard Assessment Test any more because it wasnt a standard assessment, so was just SAT now. So SAT Tests would be accurate?Posted 9 years ago
I heard that SAT didnt stand for Standard Assessment Test any more
It never did. The “S” stands for “Scholastic” (in the American ones at least; in the UK it’s a slang term so could mean whatever you want it to).Posted 9 years ago
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