Also by Sukiesnow+7You find an interesting typestyle fascinating. Especially for books covers. Amirite?
Also about love and language+754The greeks had superior language skills. We only have one word for "love", but they had three. Eros: romantic love, Phileo: brotherly love, and Agape: Pure, unselfish, sacrificial love. Perfect love. The world needs more agape and phileo, and less eros. amirite?
Also about speak and language+67While the stereotype of Americans is that they expect everyone to speak English, even when they're not in English-speaking countries, Americans you know or have met in non-English-speaking countries either tried to speak the native language, or were a bit embarrassed that they didn't know any of it, amirite?
Also about speak and language+129I dont speak spanish and dont plan to either. You came to my country, you speak MY language! amirite?
Also about speak+445Why do people assume aliens speak english when most of our planet doesn't speak it, amirite?
Also by Sukiesnow-6Listening to Hotel California makes you want to suck on a beer and light up a doobie. Amirite?
Also by Sukiesnow+34Your dog knows the minute you're coming home. Amirite?
Also about love+715It would be interesting if a really, really masculine lesbian (that was looking for a female love interest) and a really, really, feminine gay man (that was looking for a male love interest) met and fell in love, amirite?
Also about speak and language+44‘English Only' Internet places are ok, but places where you're allowed to speak English + [Some other Language] are ‘Excluding towards people that have another native Language', although it includes More cultures. amirite?
Also about love and language+64As a former language teacher, I submit that in order to insure a better foreign and second language learning. it is more fruitfull and rewarding to have an intrinsic motivation (love of foreign language, its sounds, its musicality,its rythm or its syntax, i,e, learning the language for its affective and intellectual value) than to have an instrumental motivation (learn a language to get a degree , a promotion or for multiple purposes external to the language itself, as a means for an extenal goal). Do you think that affectivity does play a major role in foreign or second language learning? amirite?