” . . . it’s best to make amends and not an amends . . .”

Of course the most important thing is that you change, but still.

The New York Times weighs in on a question of grammar in recovery language.

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One thought on “” . . . it’s best to make amends and not an amends . . .”

  1. Actually very interesting and I had never really caught that in the way people say it, but it’s very true…thanks for sharing this I find the manner in which we use language absolutely fascinating.

    xo g

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