I can go to the store For Don [Fo Done] 1. I would have told him he shouldn't go.
Fit [Feet] 1. For example they might say that in German sentences they tend to put the verb at the end of the sentence, so a German speaker might say something like this in English: Probably one of the most interesting things of the wars was that both Germans and English-speakers uncovered spies by asking the suspected spy a rapid fire series of questions.
I want to go to the store. Jackson Brown Jr.
Broken English unknown. I am hungry. Learning Broken English. I dey hungry. No wahala, I go move.
Other fun pronunciation goods for German. I've done a ton of research and found out that much of Germany knew a little English around this time, however not much.
Wetin you wan chop? Wahala dey come. No homework for both of those people. I am realizing the beauty of my existence, in the way that my tongue enunciates English words, and in the swiftness of my own language when I speak it.
They are coming. This was due to some bad grammar books saying it was acceptable to leave out the article if you are one who is from a place or of a profession this is not true or that Kennedy's Bostan Accented German caused the people watching on TV to hear it as Eine. Site Designed and hosted by Prather Creations. Your Ex: How linguistic prejudice manifests itself: