Siri - Grammar FAIL!

ideal.dreams

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I told Siri to schedule something in my calendar and she returned with the answer that I already had an event scheduled for that time. Except she said it like this:

"You already have A event..." I'm no English major but I'm quite sure she meant to say "AN event". Anyone else notice this?
 
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NedBookPro

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I told Siri to schedule something in my calendar and she came back told me I had already had an event scheduled for that time. Except she said it like this:

"You already have A event..." I'm no English major but I'm quite sure she meant to say "AN event". Anyone else notice this?
lmfao!

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ideal.dreams

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He is stating that your grammar sucks.

I used Siri to send a message while biking today, and the syntax of the message sucks. It seems Siri doesn't understand proper syntax.
After re-reading the original post, I found my mistake. Sue me :p

And I will agree, Siri isn't nearly as great as it was promised to be.
 

ideal.dreams

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Alright smart ones - the goal of this thread was to point out that Siri made a grammar mistake, not to critique my grammar instead. Thanks.
 
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