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By dumbteacher / Monday 22 November 2010 14:47 /
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  hannah1203  |  2

Do you live in Arkansas??

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  free2speak  |  14

I agree. And just because you speak in a dialect doesn't mean you have to write that way. A good friend of mine who is a great writer (in college that is) speaks like he just walked out of a hillbilly town but his grammar in his papers is impeccable. I, myself, couldn't write and speak with that much of a variation.

By  Randomlyscrm13  |  0

Hahaha she dun arnt smart to teach.... Hahaha that sucks that your teacher acted like that... Most teachers need a teachers book with all the answers cause they dont know em maybe next time u should bring that up

By  DocBastard  |  38

Before anyone asks, no I am not OP's teacher. Yes, I realize OP said "her," but considering OP's lack of grammar skills, the teacher's gender is surely in doubt.

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  43

...I'm not sure how it's possible to misspell a word if it's in the post you're responding to - directly in front of your face. For goodness sake, it's "grammar".

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  cufaoil  |  11

#52, I've had a look at the unofficial FAQ.... it's still too subtle.... people just ain't gonna get to understanding sarcasm from that :D

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  DocBastard  |  38

Damn damn damn! If anyone has any less-subtle ways if conveying sarcasm, please PM me. I'll happily take credit for your work. See, that was sarcastic! Or was it...

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ain't is a word but ain't is also a improper word for the sentence. Also I never use the word "ain't" unless it's something like this. I was raised knowing ain't is not a word and then it became a word so it's not a word to me.

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