I am 21 and was diagnosed with camcer. I dont want to spend all of my time in a shitty hospital and a lot of times cancer comes back even with treatment so its stupid to waste a bunch of money on it.
A 12 year old student in my class was passing notes with her friend for at least an hour in class and not doing her work. When I catched her I told her to do her work. But she just sat looking at the work and didn't do it. Then a few minutes later she continued passing notes. I don't know if I should call...
On interviews or documentary people will go: '' It was 2002 sept 12th me and my friend la la la... '' I've seen so many do this like how do you remember precisely what you've done when it was such a long time ago? Or are you just lying?
Yes, you should definitely have a word with the principle and ask him/her whether they would like it if their daughter was asked to eat something that had fallen onto the floor. People walk on floors bringing in all sorts of bacteria on their shoes. The very fact that it is known all around the school means...
can you imagine how he will be after the exam -> is that grammatically wrong or right?
I'm not especially good looking. I'm out of shape. I'm often 30 years older than they are and yet some of my college students flirt with me. Do they do this because they know I'm married and I'm not going to make any advance in return? Is it just for the grade? A joke? Practice? For real? How do...
school Bullies the need to show how superior they think they are
Just Grammar Nazis Many Forget Yahoo is INTERNATIONAL and Many Users don't use English as a First
Grammar Nazis Must be reported for RANTING
Out of thin air, the magician produced three birds.
Out of thin air is an introductory clause - so needs a comma.
If you transpose it, though, you wouldn't have a comma;
The magician produced three birds out of thin air.
we can't say b o l l o c k s ???
b o l l o c k s | ˈbäləks | (also ballocks or bollix)
plural noun British vulgar slang
1 the testicles.
2 [treated as singular] used to express contempt, annoyance, or defiance.
means absolutely nothing to Americans, as far as slang goes.
we don't use it and it's...