Proofreading Service - Pain in the English
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BrockawayBaby

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August 18, 2011

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mines

  • August 18, 2011, 1:50am

So, kipper, you're saying that it's not a race issue, but and education issue. That would exempt you from any accusation of racism (as would your being black because black people, of course, cannot be racist), but you are still an elitist.

The opposite of “awaken”?

  • August 18, 2011, 1:33am

Of course it will blend if you blend it. Silly jingen. Stop being such a sillypuss. What I want to know is, will it mix?

Yes, Miss Neff, you may say that, but then you must add the word "the." Here is how it would work: "The my writing of books will make me rich." Or, "When I read the your writing of books, I was very confused."

I hope this helps.

“Anglish”

  • August 18, 2011, 12:45am

Sounds like an aspiring lover's list of sample sentences!
I wonder what one would get if one asked for one Anglish Muffin. Methinks me will anter a diner and ask them to anlist a cook to prepare one for me. Then I shall come back to this blog and post what has happened.

Actress instead of Actor

  • August 18, 2011, 12:39am

It's a wonder they let women act at all. Can't they be happy with that?

Sarcasm will get you nowhere.
There is several examples of sound helping with grammar:
All of the following is wrong and sounds wrong:
"She are a good actress."
"He likes the way she say her lines."
"She says several things, which means that she want him to ask herself in a date."
"He do this."
"They having gone home together, sleep two together, which are feeling nice."
"In the morning, you know that which is fun that they do, having done it."

But the strange thing is, the above aforementioned story makes sense. It is clear what the two people have done. I suggest that we use sound to determine when something is wrong, but that we shouldn't be too strict because we can still get the meaning anyway.

The opposite of “awaken”?

  • August 16, 2011, 5:32pm

asleepen

Littler

  • August 16, 2011, 5:31pm

The English say, "I am a bit smarter than you." U. S. of Americans say, "I am a little smarter than you." Both are idiomatic. If someone tells you one is better than the other, you can be sure that she/he is not at all smarter than you.

On Tomorrow

  • August 16, 2011, 5:26pm

There is a lot of racism here. Why do you think that white usage is superior to black usage? I assume that many of you also think that ignorant people eat fried chicken and watermelon.

“It is what it is”

  • August 16, 2011, 11:45am

And be careful about using the acronym, BSL. It may be unintentionally unkind since it includes the letters BS. Those who took Black people as objects of study, and named the language of those studied, may have been unaware of connotations that go along with calling something BS Language.