The baby is outside the gate (teaser)


#22

lol… @evansakanno, where did you see together, Biko? :joy::joy::joy::joy:


#23

Together? :joy::joy::joy:


#24

#25

I’m just here for the laugh. As I no kuku sabi English.


#26

are we using the exact same words or rephrasing the sentence ?


#27

Using the exact words.


#28
  • Outside the gate, the baby is. --> Shakespearean English (for lack of a better term)
  • The gate, the baby is outside. --> (Imagine someone is asking where the baby is)

#29

You are right.

Both correct.

We were asked to start the sentence with ‘The gate’. Thus, we have limited answers.


#30

WOW!!! ZEGIST! the home of scholars!!! :joy::joy::joy::joy::joy:


#31

Be catching fun with our comments o :joy::joy:


#32

You see we are always here to help… Now go and use our answers to form boss at work…


#33

What the…! Take it easy on me


#34

The gate is outside baby😘


#35

I think you are right…

Imagine telling someone to find his or her way out… Like Beyonce’s “To the left”

“The gate is outside, baby”

But what happens to the last “the” :thinking:


#36

Or The gate outside is the baby


#37

It’s silent :joy:


#38

The last the is just the problem!


#39

:joy::joy::joy: Like @Monique said it is probably silent :joy::joy:


#40

you could just stammer it in like " the the…" :joy:


#41

That’s another angle to it…:joy::joy::joy: