By anahira6 - 27/09/2013 19:41 - United States - Houston
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His secret will be known...if still not believed take a pic of him in the act of using google...
Or just let time take care of that problem on it's own: If Google translate is the best he can do, especially on legal documents, it'll be obvious enough before long and your boss will come out looking like the stupid ass for One, not listening to you, and Two, firing his own son that he himself hired. Of course, that'd be just too perfect to happen that way. You may be unemployed and after a thousand fuck ups, the boss may "promote" his son to a "different yet equal" job opening that just appeared. :p Truly a sad story.....
It's not about whether the kid can speak Spanish or not. The father probably knows his kid can't speak Spanish. The father probably knows what he did was wrong and doesn't care. People do rotten things all the time. Don't assume your boss has a conscience, he probably doesn't. Hope you get through this. I've been there. GL
Why would he use google translate for anything, it's terrible, he should by a book and learn, op I'm sorry there are idiots like this in the world you should try to catch him in the act and get proof unless your boss is a moron too then your screwed
#36 - I usually just put commas where every I think they need to be, most of the time, but then there are the occasional instances like this, where a comma should be used in excess, just to make a point. Although, I am not sure how many is too many, even in a situation like this.
51: Commas aren't necessarily used to make a point so much as to use an appositive phrase, an interrupting definition, in a sentence. An interrupting definition being used to clarify something the middle of a sentence. (I used one in the first sentence!) You can tell if that's what it is by seeing if the sentence makes sense without it. They are used for emphasis occasionally, but it's often the former. This is of course on top of the usual uses such as seperating clauses and listing nouns.