Quazi, the master of gobbledygook!

That’s up to you! Because you have lost your credibility to me long time ago,Hah!hah!
What you say just I don’t believe it.

Each is itself “noun”.

None is itself “noun”.

So, none is incorrect, grammatically and stylistically correct!

Quazi is the official master of gobbledygook, a language even he himself doesn’t understand since 30 years ;-)[YSaerTTEW443543]

TOEFL listening lectures: A university lecture by a professor of Anthropology[YSaerTTEW443543]

This title what you wrote- “Quazi the master of gobbledegook” is not my writing.

So, I protest it, it is just a crime Mr. so called Torsten!

Since 30 years is correct grammar by the Barron’s suggestion TOEFL book.

You’ve been told on numerous occasions by native speakers that it’s just dead wrong, and should be “for 30 years”.
Why do you persist in your errors? Don’t you want to master your English?

Or write a letter to Mr. Barron and ask him if your sentence is right or not. Maybe he will do a better job of disabusing you of your misconception.

OTS, please don’t waste your precious time on Mr. Since 30 years. You won’t be able to change his behavor because he himself isn’t able to do that either.[YSaerTTEW443543]

TOEFL listening lectures: A university lecture by a professor of Social History[YSaerTTEW443543]

Quote it word for word.
I bet you are wrong.

I omit.

Undoubtedly that is the case.

The sentence ‘what you wrote’ brought back happy memories of Morecambe and Wise