I found Schrodinger’s dumpster



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  1. Yes, English has a quirk where some verbs in the imperative form appear to be nouns or adjectives. And where the verb is placed makes a huge difference. “Dog bites man” and “Man bites dog” are the two most well-known examples.

  2. Yes, English has a quirk where some imperative verbs appear to be nouns or adjectives. The verb’s position also matters. “Dog attacks man” and “Man bites dog” are two of the most well-known examples.

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