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"So, hw ws yr smmr?"
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Tonight's English as a second language class has been cancelled,
Tags:english, england, language, languages, understand, understands, understanding, misunderstand, misunderstands, misunderstanding, misunderstandings, confuse, confuses, confused, confusion, wait, waits, waiting, student, students, foreign, second, cancel, cancelled, cancellation, the argyle sweater, argyle sweater
Berlitz guide to Scamese
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"Damn-you're right. It is 'I' before 'E'."
Tags:graffiti, graffiti artist, graffiti artists, tag, tags, tagging, tagger, taggers, artist, artists, spray paint, spray paints, spray can, spray cans, spraying, paint, paints, painting, spelling error, spelling errors, spelling mistake, spelling mistakes, error, errors, mistake, mistakes, grammar, grammar rules, grammar rules, spelling rule, spelling rules, rule, rules, spelling, english, english language, urban, urban life, city, cities, city life, modern life, sign, signs, art, doodle, doodles, i before e, too late, kids, kid, teen, teens, teenager, youth
You need to learn punctuation. I'ts, important later! 'in life'
Teachers' Training Toughened: 'Sorry I'm late, I had to help one of the student teachers with their homework.'
"Our nanny claims to speak five languages but we've been unable to verify it."
"It's pronounced 'hee-la' monster. The 'g' sounds like an 'h.' "
Tags:hospital, hospitals, clinic, clinics, doctor's office, doctor's office, medical, medicine, doctor, doctors, patient, patients, health, health care, healthcare, animal, animals, lizard, lizards, reptile, reptiles, gila monster, gila monsters, language, languages, pronunciation, english, unhelpful, wasting time, biting, bite, emergency, emergencies
Two men toting a dog in a carriage by foot, while the dog sticks his head out the window.
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"You don't need English on every shot."
A muffin shop has a sign in their window that reads "English only eaten here".
'Yes, a winky face is correct... But in ancient times, the semicolon was actually used to separate archaic written devices known as 'complete sentences.''
"It's so early in the year, and that English teacher…. She's already up in my grill."
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"Did you know that 'decimate' means kill just one out of every ten?"
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"I lost the spelling bee on the word 'gangsta.' "
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'Know what I'm saying?' - Closed-captioned for Canadians.
Late Night with Patrick O'Brian
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'Seizure of the Pepys Diaries'
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"Hold on, Mrs. Martin, you know that book is not on the approve curriculum!!"
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"There are some words I will not tolerate in this house-and 'awesome' is one of them."
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Gramma Police: 'Will work four food.'