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11-year-old student wants Justin Bieber to say sorry for his poor grammar

March 10, 2016 - Uncategorized

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Justin Bieber needs to think about his use of the subjunctive mood.

An 11-year-old U.K. student wrote a very critical note to Bieber about a grammar issue in his 2012 song “Boyfriend.” 

In the song, Bieber tells an unnamed love interest that “if [he] was [her] boyfriend, [he’d] never let [her] go.” According to the student, Bieber’s verb use here is unacceptable.

“Here you have clearly used the subjunctive mood incorrectly,” he wrote. “The lyrics should, in fact, be ‘If I were your boyfriend.'”

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Source: Mashable

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