Professor Ratigan

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Simba: I've just learnt it from my friend XD Mar 23, 2015 20:51:05 GMT -5
Rapunzel: that's worse than the "had or had had" thing... Mar 24, 2015 5:44:17 GMT -5
Rapunzel: James while John had had had had had had had had had had had a better effect on the teacher Mar 24, 2015 5:47:09 GMT -5 *
Rapunzel: it's a real sentence that makes sense, if you have the proper punctuation. Mar 24, 2015 5:48:15 GMT -5 *
Simba: Could you explain, please? Pronunciation isn't exactly my thing... Those things are amazing! Mar 24, 2015 8:33:11 GMT -5 *
Rapunzel: James, while John had had "had", had had "had had"; "had had" had had a better effect on the teacher Mar 24, 2015 10:48:22 GMT -5
Rapunzel: over 5 hours on my feet without a break. ridiculous. my knee is already messed up and now it hurts. -.- Mar 24, 2015 14:01:12 GMT -5
Basil: Had to look up that one, too, but it's easier to understand than the fish one, once it's explained. Mar 24, 2015 20:03:23 GMT -5
Basil: John wrote: Billy had the measles. James wrote: Billy had had the measles. Teacher preferred James' sentence. Mar 24, 2015 20:04:12 GMT -5
Basil: So James, while John had had (that is, wrote) "had," had had (wrote) "had had"; "had had" had had a better effect on the teacher. Mar 24, 2015 20:05:25 GMT -5
Simba: I'm sorry for taking too long to write for Kiara... But talking about that... Mar 26, 2015 13:29:32 GMT -5
Simba: In English you use different words for a male and a female son. In Portuguese, we use "filho" for man and "filha" for woman. Like son and "san". But we do have different words for the father of the father (avô) or the son of the son (neto)... Mar 26, 2015 13:32:50 GMT -5
Rapunzel: what do you mean by female son? do you mean daughter? and no worries on the wait. :) Mar 26, 2015 13:41:32 GMT -5
Simba: Yeah, I wrote that only for show emphases that they are the same words in portuguese XD Mar 26, 2015 14:23:40 GMT -5
Rapunzel: oh! male and female child? Mar 26, 2015 16:48:13 GMT -5
Simba: Not exactly... Child would be Criança, and for it is male of female the same thing. Mar 26, 2015 17:14:16 GMT -5
Simba: We normaly use Menino (M) and Menina (F), exactly the same as boy and girl. Mar 26, 2015 17:14:55 GMT -5
Simba: What's the difference between Child and Kid? Mar 26, 2015 17:19:33 GMT -5
Basil: No difference, except "kid" is slang, less formal. Mar 26, 2015 17:52:28 GMT -5
Rapunzel: chick flick, he says. good movie, he says. made me cry my eyes out. which is strange, because the scene that I started crying in, was when the doctor told him his wife had cancer. I've never been affected by that before. not so strongly... Mar 26, 2015 20:48:37 GMT -5
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