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Also about english, spanish, and language+226It's weird how people in the U.S get so annoyed when Hispanics live here and speak Spanish. How would you feel if you had to move to another country, and you didn't know the language yet? Also, even if you did know the language, you'd still speak your English to your family and friends anyway. amirite?
Also about english, spanish, and language-41If an English person thinks using the English language and a Spanish person thinks using the Spanish language. Does a baby think in baby language, amirite?
Also by Cupcake21+32Staying up until midnight used to be hard but now, it's just a bad habit. amirite?
Also by Cupcake21+21Sometimes it's really easy to just go on a posting rampage on here. amirite?
Also about english and language-184The reason why non-English speaking countries tend to have higher standardized test scores is probably because their populous cannot reduce a conversation to texting language. If they were to use text speaak as we do, they would have to have some basic knowledge of English in the first place, translate their thoughts and then type poorly, which in itself is more mental exercise, amirite?
Also about english exam+239When writing for an English exam, putting in a bit of humour is okay. The person grading your paper deserves to smile, amirite?
Also about english, spanish, and language+585There should be English as a language class in school, so instead of taking Spanish or French students could learn a whole bunch of long, fancy English words and their origins and become like a walking thesaurus. That would be awesome, amirite?
Also about english, spanish, and language+306The universal language should be Latin. It's the root of English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and German, so it would be the easiest for most people to learn. It would be convenient for studying classical texts, and plus, it sounds fucking cool. Amirite?