Penguin Farm

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Down the road a piece from us.

Grammar point for the day:
“‘We sold cake for $5 a piece’ means that we sold each piece of cake for $5. If we said we sold cake for $5 apiece, that would mean that we sold each cake for $5.”
A piece or apiece?

“… a-, a prefix … as in ashore and abed.”
Why it’s apiece, not a piece

Categories: Holiday, Humor, Pasture

2 replies »

  1. Cute!
    Now i have to figure out how to revamp my page, even if it’s not as good as yours. I’m not asking for help, you’ve given me that aplenty, will give me more incentive to do something as opposed to sinking into being suicidal again.

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