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Yesterday at 11:15PM: Personally, bad English is such a
turn off for me.
You don't need to put "for me"
after writing "personally" cai
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"Hello, this is the Department of Redundancy
Department..."
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    • My English is alright. But I can choose to be formal and informal.
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    • Fairly positive she meant shitty spelling and terrible grammar, not mundane rules you wouldn’t consider when typing out a sentence on the internet.
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    • Could also get rid of personally if you wanted.
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    • She didnt have to put “such” in there either
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    • Yesterday I went to the ATM machine and pulled out $100 dollars yesterday.
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    • It’s still correct English, you were kinda reaching with that one
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    • Contrary to popular belief, a person of my stature and elegance can not bare to stand such vile behavior, of which would properly be described as, “bad English”.
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    • She's talking about the band Bad English
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    • But we understood what she meant. There's a difference between perfect grammar and saying "I ate to much burritos"
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    • "Personally, bad English is a turn off"? No that doesn't sound right and it's unclear.
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    • I swear I don’t hate women
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    • Different English dialects can be seen as bad English to some, but seem perfectly normal to others. I speak way differently to a professor than I do my friends and peers.
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    • "Dont need", meaning she can if she wants.
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    • Women are redundant, they can’t help it.
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    • Bad English no wet.
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    • To people who say stuff like that, I’d like to ask “how eloquent are you in YOUR second language?” If you can’t speak one or aren’t fluent maybe shut your mouth because bad English speaker know more than you.
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    • Education yourself before judging other people
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    • Still shitty cropping. Anyone else noticing it's been really bad?
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    • There's an fb group for redundancies where people come up with things that repeat themselves.
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    • No that’s actually totally correct grammar. The comma means the word “personally” has been taken out of place. If you remove it and place it at the end of the sentence, then it isn’t redundant. That’s what the comma means.
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    • If you take out “for me” then you’d want to add “I feel” at some point in the sentence otherwise it sounds awkward. You can’t just throw adverbs wherever you want with no context.
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    • That's some dual redundancy right there.
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    • Also, you would say “poor grammar”.
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    • Fuck a redundant bitch and have sex with her.
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    • I was talking to a slut who said "indeed" after every sentence.. I couldn't stand her.
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    • Ironic how they put put two separate comments pointing out redundancy
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    • i speak broken english, i’m frm hawaii where’s it’s how locals talk
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    • I no speak good English but she hoe
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    • It’s almost like girls just like being rude and toxic as fuck. Lol someone needs to seriously beat these girls
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    • But you do need a period at the end of your sentence.
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    • Imagine thinking you are so entitled that everyone you meet should have good perfect English according to your terms even if they may have learned that language as their second.
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    • It may be redundant but it is correct English
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    • I wonder what her SAT writing section score is
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    • Also
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    • you don't have to do a lot in english but we do it anyways
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    • I've seen several dating profiles where women describe themselves as "inteligent"
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    • “Bad English is a turn off” that’s it
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    • "Bad English make pp soft"
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    • He forgot his punctuation
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    • How about “poor english” you duntz
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    • Hi. Sorry for my bad English.
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    • What about When I See You Smile?
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    • At least explain that it’s redundant
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    • 2 PM in the afternoon
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    • The irony could kiII a horse.
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    • My English is poor because I speak five other languages. Pick and choose, lady :/
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    • Yeah English is a hard language but think about how bad you can fuck it up and still get your point accross
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    • You think that bitch corrects everyone who says they are doing good? You can’t emotionally be “good”. you can be doing well. Only way you can be doing good is through acts of kindness. Nah she don’t correct that, she probably doesn’t know it’s poor English to say “I’m doing good”
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    • Me to I can’t stand bad English
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    • Poor english
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    • You don’t have to, but it’s still proper English
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    • Great. Now Nicki cant rub one out.
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    • Good thing autocorrect is a thing for me or you could not read this
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    • You dont need to. But you can
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    • It's a tweet screenshotted, put on facebook, screenshotted, then put an ifunny lol
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    • did everyone turn retarded and forget how to crop pictures?
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    • Please enter your PIN number
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    • Random Fact: They way Americans speak uses to be what old English is, not the accent that British are associated with, if you want more knowledge on it let me know
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    • Also with english you can do whatever the heck you want
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    • The comment should have been this is the redundant department of redundancy department.
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    • You people still think English has proper rules, hilarious
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    • That's not a gramatical error. It's just not necessary. That's like complaining about a sentence saying there's a hot, scorching sun.
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    • You could have said nothing if you wanted.
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    • Bad english durr durr. Its poor english you caveman soundin ass bitch
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    • Bad English is redundant already. The Brits suck
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    • Well, actually, she could be talking about somebody else's turn one and offs, so get back to your hobbit hole and let the soldier buy his whiskey
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    • It is kinda true tho, for me at least
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    • It's "poor English" not "bad English"
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    • Also needs a hyphen for turn-off
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    • Yeah well if there’s two things I know how to do. It’s count
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    • Henceforth I am unable to can
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    • Insert the A.T.M. Machine here lmao
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    • American Dodgeball Association of America.
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    • Department of a department...okay lol
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    • Maybe they turn themselves off
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    • Helo lil muma, let's mes whisp inda earr
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    • That’s a shame.
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    • Yeah I hate people who can’t spell or our bad at grammer
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    • Yes.....yes... yes it is
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    • It’s not incorrect English and it doesn’t even read badly shut up.
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    • The word "poor" would've been more eloquent.
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    • you always could get rid of yourself
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    • She meant Billie Eilish
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    • Proper English, among one of the things you got in there as bad English.
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    • I love a girl with an accent
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    • Pretty sure she means “thug speak” or “mumble/slurring words”
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    • Hahaha
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    • "american dodgeball association of america"
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    • It's all about prose.
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    • I am so elegantly spoken
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    • “Hello, this is the department of English redundancy, the department where we analyze English sentences for redundancy, you can send in an English sentence and our department will check it for redundancy, how can our department check your statement for redundancy today?”
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    • The Department of Redundancy Department is just the department in charge of the Department of Redundancy
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    • ion gi a fuck what you think uh ny English I speak wit ma homies then damn
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    • "Poor English"
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    • Only when it's Spanish bad English, Russian or German broken English is cool
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