Actually I did say I’m not wrong – see brackets: « If you’re trying to say that I am wrong (which I’m not) you’d say “YOU’RE wrong” which is “you are” abbreviated. » :o)
My wrong what? “Your” implies the possessive. But you have an incomplete sentence. You might have said: “your wrong is forgivable” for example. If you’re (you are) trying to say that I am wrong (which I’m not) you’d say “YOU’RE wrong” which is “you are” abbreviated. End of pedantic (although correct) rant ;o)
What’s wrong with that? I’ve been swatting at my reflection since confinement began!
Sorry but you’re wrong. If you use a complete sentence to answer the original question (Who wishes that social studies moves away from P.S. 38?) you would say “I do”, not “ Me do”.
Can it be said that Snoopy went postal?
Learn to read the room, Doc!
… none that you know of….
Edda after twins, no less!