wally wally wally wally wally wally world, she got her basket basket basket shes buyin summers eve she keeps her body clean! lol
im guessing you've seen it lol
she's so fine, get her number in the check out line!
Proper or at least most correct English is : 'going to Walmart (it's 1 word),, and 'Im going to the hospital' ,,,,,,,,,
after going to Walmart, I NEED to go to the hospital for brain damage, and a all of the antibiotics that they've got!
I myself tend to do whatever I feel like and just say "I'll be back later", I'm not really a Grammar Nazi when it's time to roll
I gotta go to walmart<br />
i'm at the hospital
I say "going to the hospital". My father says "going to hospital" or "going to market", apparently that's more of a southernism.
No, I say I`m going to Wally World to watch the Wal-Mart people.
You say "im going to walmart" because there is no other walmart...<br />
And you say "i'm going to THE hospital" because you are going to a certain hospital in particular.... (you wouldn't say i'm going to THE Sutter Hospital, you would say i'm going to Sutter....<br />
This is the only sense i can make of this quandry
I say I'm going to the hospital, because it is a generic term on the other hand I say I'm going to Wal-mart because it is a specific store. I would say I'm going to the store if I were just headed out to do some random shopping.
Well, start with I'm, then it depends on the number of Wal-Mart stores nearby, or the number of hospitals, although the British will allways say "to hospital."