Alright EDSBK: Good on you for taking the fairly rough welcome one gets around here the right way " />
thing about the survey, though - supposing the reader had more than one
bike? I bought one based purely on speed and performance, for myself
only; but another for hauling the misses and loads of gear around
(panniers and all that good stuff).
It's hard to fill out a form - maybe such people should fill in one per bike?
Can't resist, I know you'll appreciate this. On the blog entry that invites one to take the survey (on your link), can we just go over "its", in the single context it's used here?
Dude, write "it's" if you want an abbreviation of "it is".
wouldn't take issue with the last "its", but would mention that "there
are" would have proved better English than "it is" given the context,
but even given that, your contraction lacks the apostrophe ("it's").
have a go" sounds more of an invitation to knock a coconut off a stand,
than fill in a form. Did you expect a high failure rate?
did the second "its" need to be there at all? You made a very good
stab at it in your initial post above ("Theres (sic) 10 questions and
was (sic) hoping..." etc.) , but surely you mean "there are", not
"theres" or "its"?
And let this be a warning to you, about the hazzard of ending a sentence with a preposition:
Good on you mate " />