Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Apple Watch Accessories' started by reebs, May 17, 2015.
My son made me this. I love it. Based on his Minecraft addiction.
What holds the charger down?
Just small Lego pieces
That is rather good, form and function!... well done young man
How do you know he is "young"?
I am 54 and still "play" with Legos....
HAHA me too. BTW my son is 9
I see no good reason to act my age
Still plays with Legos
Cycles (20 - 45 miles)
45. Love Lego. Buy them for my kids (well, used to) just so I could play with them, too.
Kids are teenagers now, so I may have to actually buy them for myself now.
Love the Lego stand but it grinds my gears when people say Legos.
Plural of Lego is LEGO!
Just sharing what I found.
lego (countable and uncountable, plural legos)
Alternative letter-case form of Lego"
Finally, another viewpoint:
"LEGOs Is the Plural form of LEGO incorrect?
On this page (#18), the writer says, rather authoritatively, that LEGOs (plural of LEGO) is wrong because LEGO is a company name (a proper noun). I disagree. Firstly, there is no grammatical rule that says a proper noun cannot be used to refer to a countable object. Mac is a proper noun. Its a name of a product but it is also used to refer to the individual Macintosh machines, i.e., Macs. Think of car companies, like Honda, BMW, and Porsche. When we refer to their cars, we say, Hondas, BMWs, and Porsches. BMWs own site uses the plural form: Todays BMWs are equipped with... And, Porsches own site says, Barely any two Porsches are identical.
So, I would say LEGOs is perfectly fine if you are referring to the pieces of LEGO. It is however wrong to say LEGOs, if you are referring to the brand/company.
And, this should be a sparate issue from how the company officially uses the term for their marketing and communication. They could have their own policies but that does not make LEGOs grammatically incorrect. The correct use of a word is not determined by the person who coined it."
puts my own idea to shame mine is just a plain white stand for phone and watch... only done the idea in the digital designer so far I am missing some pieces, been trying to think of ways to hide the wire within the bricks but not getting far