Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Do people say this without adding "[something] enough"? Is this a common deviation from the standard usage, such that people stop noticing it, or a rare mistake?

UPD: Read the text in the tweet as "I can't recommend", although it clearly says "I can", in black and white. Don't know why. Maybe because "I can't recommend..." is a more common string than "I can recommend", especially in case of a strong endorsement. Maybe because I am going mad/blind/senile. Mind was definitely playing tricks on me. Don't know whether I should be scared.

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