The incorrect way of asking "Am I not?"
"Aren't I" is incorrect because you are not supposed to use the word "are" in the first-person singular (present tense) but rather the word "am."
For example, you DO NOT say "I ARE going to the party," but rather "I AM going to the party." If you say "I ARE going to the party" you are using the word "are" in the first-person singular instead of the word "am" which is incorrect. In the same way, when you say "Aren't I" you are using "are" in the first-person singular when you should be using "am." Thus "Aren't I?" is incorrect.more...
Another example: "I'm still invited to your party, aren't I?" This is WRONG because this person has used "are" in the first-person singular. He or she should have used "am" instead. It would have been correct if this person had instead asked, "I'm still invited to your party, am I not?" or "I'm still invited to your party, right?"
For those who are still unconvinced, remember that I have given grammatical and logical reasons as to why "Aren't I?" is incorrect. If you still want to argue that it is correct just because a lot of people tend to use it then I would point out to you that your argument is an ad populum argument. Just because a lot of people might believe something is correct that does not in and of itself make it correct. A lot of people used to believe the world was flat but that did not make them right. No, they were still wrong, just as people who think "Aren't I?" is correct are still wrong even if there might be a lot of them who think it is correct.
T.I., a rapper from bankhead atl , he's a bomb rapper and he just ownns, His real name is Tip Harris, previously named T.I.P I'm guessing cuzz of his name, and he has a hot movie named ATL
T.I. is so pimpin' I can't wait to get his album King and check out his movie ATL!!!!
means This Is Africa made famous in south africa
War and diamonds, T.I.A. son
a new-school rapper who represents the 'A' and has no musical talent at all,cant rap,and hasnt done or contributed anything to the genre so hes not a part of hip-hop kulture according to tha professor KRS-ONE
just because he got arrested (and probably raped in prison)people say hes 'hard'.......Aaron Carter got arrested too and hes not hard is he??
%90 of what t.i. says he never actually DOES....so what does he stand for???
people here who dont know anything about hip-hop say t.i. the best rapper out there...........listen to Ice Cube,KRS-One,Tupac,Snoop Dogg and youll know what real hip-hop is
A rapper, self-proclaimed as "King of the South", was born on September 25, 1980, and recently released his album "King". It has several hit singles such as "What You Know", and "Why You Wanna". His real name is Clifford Joseph Harris Jr. His original rap alias was T.I.P. which stood for "Ten Inch Playa" but then out of respect for the rapper "Q-tip", he changed it to T.I. He's definitely a good rapper, and all the haters above my definition need to check what theyre saying cuz a lot of it is bull$hit. T.I. is also a member of P$C, and owns his record label, "Grand Hustle Records". Some of his other hits include "Rubberband Man", "Bring Em Out", "Motivation", "Asap", and "You Don't Know Me". He is also featured in several hit songs such as "Shoulder Lean" by Young Dro, and "Soldier" by Destiny's Child. He has a beef with Lil Flip, who in my opinion is a lame rapper with stupid songs that yell "Flip. Flip.", for half the song. Weep. How sad. umm yea thats pretty much all about T.I.
"Dontcha know i got key by the three when i chirp shawty chirp back. loaded knapsack where im holdin all the work at. what you know about that. what you know about that. what you know about that, hey i know all about that."
-What You Know by T.I.
T.I. Aka Tip Harris(Clifford Joseph Harris Jr),rap name used to be "TIP" but changed it to T.I. so there was no confusion with him and Q-TIP. Member of PSC(Pimp Squad Click)owns his own label Grand Hustle, the most successful rapper and the best in my opinion, who agrees?
T.I. is from the dirty south.Atlanta,Georgia.more...
*Lookin' at the life through my rearview, all the problems I had
Could be seen alot clearer after time had passed
Known for livin' so fast, they wonder how he don't crash
With 220 on the dash, he constantly mashin'
(Why don't he slow down?) They be constantly askin'
But me in the fast lane is like metal and magnets
Now I ain't tryna say that it's the way of the masses
But it, so hard to change, I love this shit with a passion
Since me and Sigel cuttin' classes, showin' our ass
Shootin' out in broad day in the middle of traffic
I remember sellin' crack faster than I could bag it
A shame I ain't playin' with you shorty, I ain't braggin'
Me and Cap got life, some other folk got blasted
Had a partner OD'd and after this all happened
It's like the only thing that kept a pimp from cryin' and laughin'
And the Lord smiled on me at the end of the madness
I never thought that I'd make it this far rappin'
For introducin' the youth to what we now call trappin'
Considered now a classic, who'da imagined?
Me in Milano, gettin' models in next year's fashions
So nowadays, they can call me old fashioned
But it's way too much cash to see blue lights flashin'
So I guess the moral of this here class is
Life about who make it now not about who make it the fastest*
*Drive Slow Remix*
T.I. is probably one of the few rappers in the game who keep it real and look real good too. People know he's serious when he walks the streets and all the hoes know he's horny when he approaches them. Plus, he looks better than almost all the rappers out there!
If I gave T.I. some brain, I'd suck his dick good he'll have a new definiton to "Dirty South".