I've been seeing posts/threads here and on other boards about spelling and grammar and how important they really are for understanding. It brought up a memory of a "paragraph" that I was taught way back in elementary school by my mother. I'll give it to you as it was initially given to me. The game is to punctuate the paragraph and have it make sense. You cannot move words around or remove any. The wording is JUST as it is shown here. Just add punctuation and capitalization as needed to make the paragraph "correct" English. Can you do it? In all the years that I have shown this, successful processing (even by English professors) is extremely rare. Enjoy! that that is is that that is not is not that that is is not that that is not that that is not is not that that is is not that so BTW - it's not easy to type without the punctuation. I'll wait a while and if nobody can do it, I'll reveal the answer. If someone does punctuate it correctly, I will acknowledge their achievement.