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Also about Friends & Socialising-18Men don’t really have any close friends like women do, just acquaintances, amirite?
Also about vice versa+295The sad thing about people is that we might go days and even weeks without touching the actual earth: we walk out of our homes onto a concrete pathway onto a concrete driveway into a car onto a concrete parking lot to an office building, and vice versa back home, amirite?
Also about personality and vice versa+218At least once you've thought about what it might be like if you had a different parent (ex.- a different mom but same dad or vice versa). Obviously, your personality would probably be different along with your looks but you never really imagine that part, amirite?
Also about Friends & Socialising+77Congratulations is an appropriate thing to tell someone on their birthday. amirite?
Also about vice versa+159When you were younger you got confused when a girl's name was one that you always thought to be strictly for guys, or vice versa (examples: Dylan, Casey, Drew, ect..) amirite?
Also by yvan125+48What was the latest age you were formally spanked at school by the Headmaster or Headmistress and at home by a parent or a tutor. Why or why not do you think you deserved it? amirite?
Also about english and vice versa+170You have yet to find an English teacher who's good at math, and vice versa, amirite?
Also about perfectly and vice versa+35What is politically correct in one group is not the same as what's politically correct in another group. Words and ideas that some find offensive, others find perfectly acceptable. For example, some ideas that would be PC in a Western university would be VERY politically incorrect among conservative Muslims, and vice versa. What's politically correct to you depends on your politics. Amirite? More
Also by yvan125+73Do you agree with the saying: A bilingual person (who has a working knowledge of two languages) is tantamount to having a double personality? I think that there is some element of truth in it. I have always noticed that my friend who is perfectly bilingual in French and in English is becoming a different person when he switches from French into English or vice versa. Does it depend on the nature of the language or on the personality of the speaker? amirite?
Also by yvan125+62Do you agree with some linguists that the term «diglossia» describes more faithfully the linguistic reality of a country, a region or a community than the vague and imprecise term« bilingualism» when two and more languages , sociolects, dialects or idiolects come into contact in a well defined linguistic territory? amirite?