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How good are you at English? Like do you know proper definition or grammar or words.

I'm not very good at definition or grammar, bit difficult for me to remember mostly, not sure why
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I'm so bad at it.
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I consider myself well-versed in English.
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19 / M / Hamilton, ON, Canada
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I no speakie engrish
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I have a bachelor's degree in English. I also grew up with an English teacher for a mother. I have a broad vocabulary and understand not only the definition of words, or the denotation, but also the connotations of words when they are used in specific circumstances.
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Not very good
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I would consider myself a pretty good English speak or writer. Although I do make some grammar mistakes here and there. And I have a tendency to mix British and American.

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I'm decent.
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Sagenaruto68 wrote:

How good are you at English? Like do you know proper definition or grammar or words.

I'm not very good at definition or grammar, bit difficult for me to remember mostly, not sure why


English is a bullsh*t language, it follows no rules yet it has rules.
Even better, the words, it uses so many words that you can't spell just by sounding them out like "patient", why the f*ck is the T suddenly an SH? I thought T was Tee or Tuh! So what about Marine Core? Oh wait, Marine Corps? Like Corpse? Oh wait, Corps is sounded out as CORE! SO PS IS NOW A SILENT E, IS THAT WHAT WE WRITE IN LETTERS? BLAH BLAH BLAH ALSO "E" (NOT PS) BUT EEEEE, EEEEE MY DARLING! EEEEE!
uhg, English... but not only that someone else has something to say about this!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBUzngDUOnk
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my first language is english.

Fuck grammar i still can't grasp it to this day.

Your You're who fucking cares when you have context \ o /
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I super pro to englando
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Razor_Girl wrote:

I have a bachelor's degree in English. I also grew up with an English teacher for a mother. I have a broad vocabulary and understand not only the definition of words, or the denotation, but also the connotations of words when they are used in specific circumstances.


Nowadays a BA in English is troll. It's really a BA in Literature than a BA in writing. Journalism is probably closer to it. #BecauseImAnEnglishMajor
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even though english is my 1st language, i 4get how to pronounce words sometimes lel
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I heard my essays for AP English are good.
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