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 - Ok. first, HORRIBLE GRAMMAR. SECOND: Um... maybe y

"Am I missing something here? The rant in the comments seems...out of place."

 

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    Am I missing something here? The rant in the comments seems...out of place.
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    How overthinking kills dreams.
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    I don't know . . . I'd say that's pretty damned good for someone who's first language is not English. Also don't judge someone else's English when yours sucks. (Colon is not required after "second","second" should not be capitalised, there should be a comma after "OK", not a period, OK always has both letters capitalised. Spelling errors--> *because, *pretty, *it's, *I'm, mathematician) Thumbs DOWN to you sir, for being ignorant and too judgemental!!!
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    Damn, that's a pretty brutal language test; your hopes and dreams realized, and friggin' dashed, all in one essay answer.
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    she crushed her own dream...
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    Oh yeah . . . FYI, nurses DO need to know math so they can calculate correct medicinal dosages.
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    Capitalised = British English spelling Capitalized = American English spelling So technically, sir, neither is wrong.
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    "I don't like math" "5"
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    He is Asian, but he can't study for math, and he doesn't like math ...
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    dat AquaTimez..
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    Omg aquatimez! I love bleach!
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    This is someone's English homework, they're not a native speaker. :) The Japanese characters say "Dream of the Future," so, technically, this person is totally correct! Good for them!
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    Hey, ranter. Take your own advice. Who's =/= whose. Who's means "who is" and whose is possessive. Use a comma after also. Put spaces between commas and opening quotation marks. Commas always go inside quotation marks ("second," "OK,"). O.K. is also supposed to have periods. Okay is also an acceptable spelling. Use a semicolon instead of a comma for "'second","second" and "a period, OK always." In the last sentence, "sir" should be offset on both sides by commas. Thumbs DOWN to you, sir, for being ignorant and too judgemental!!! My captcha: "how about that?"
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    At least he can still listen to Aquatimez...

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