This definitely happened when I read The Hunger Games. What book did you last read this way?
Happy Funny Friday!
Many of us have experienced this first hand and, most of the time, due to typos.
The lesson learned? Proofreading can only help.
I have never thought about this. It’s true that “to fight with someone” and “to fight with someone” can mean different things. The first implies having a fight or fighting against someone, while the second implies fighting with someone as a weapon. Ha!