Discussion in 'English Only' started by sunfloweronline, Oct 10, 2013.
May I ask: What does this sentence mean?
They are done riding on the swing.
Do you have any context at all?
It's a grammatically incorrect way of saying, "They've finished riding on the swing."
This is a swing.
Is it really incorrect though?
I'd say it was extremely colloquial, in BE. I wouldn't call it incorrect. I wouldn't call a colloquialism incorrect; it's not a bad grammatical habit.
Separate names with a comma.