HW. .. Top marks for that student. I mean, why would a Chinese immigrant send a letter to their family back in China written in English? asssignment win history social Studies homework assume role Chinese immigrant
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#61 - Apathy
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(10/30/2009) [-]
Top marks for that student. I mean, why would a Chinese immigrant send a letter to their family back in China written in English?
#5 - Ezekiel and MEDIC
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(10/29/2009) [-]
I think that gets an A.
#79 - Lulzforone
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(10/30/2009) [-]
I would have to say for once the student wins and the teacher fails. and the student deserves an A+.
#84 - MrsMonkybatch
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(10/30/2009) [-]
lmfao that kid just owned the teacher
#35 - Tacolicious
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(10/30/2009) [-]
wow....teacher got pwned. I wonder what the response to THAT was?
#54 to #35 - joezzzy
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(10/30/2009) [-]
kid would be ****** if the teacher was chinese though. still epi however
#88 - Shiny
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(10/30/2009) [-]
HAHAHAHAHA I would give him an A just for authenticity
#60 - anon
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(10/30/2009) [-]
actually writing in chinese is read the same way we read. unless its written up and down, but its still pretty easy
#64 to #60 - Nietzsche
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(10/30/2009) [-]
yea easy if u r chinese, ya freaking moron
#34 - Killer Lols
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(10/30/2009) [-]
wow thats legendary

#93 - anon
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(10/30/2009) [-]
Raff out Roud!!
#96 to #93 - anon
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(10/30/2009) [-]
i ror'd there too
#105 to #93 - anon
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(10/30/2009) [-]
rofr!
#103 to #93 - TarnRazor
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(10/30/2009) [-]
rmao!
#4 - anon
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(10/29/2009) [-]
its written in Japanese
#6 to #4 - anon
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(10/29/2009) [-]
No it's Chinese they're is no Hiragana Or Katakana
#9 to #4 - anon
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(10/29/2009) [-]
it's know not no


grammer nazi ftw
#10 to #4 - anon
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(10/29/2009) [-]
"No" was right #9, "they're" is not. it should be "there"

get with the program you grammer nazi poser!
#11 to #4 - anon
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(10/29/2009) [-]
LOL. #9 fail.
#25 to #4 - anon
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(10/29/2009) [-]
Yeah, and the Grammar Nazi just made it.
For douche #6. It's Katana you idiot.
#30 to #4 - Arsonist
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(10/29/2009) [-]
NightmareAPL, it is redundant to say "Well, Jack, you also failed..." it makes the beginning of the sentence choppy and slow. It would have worked better if you got rid of the "Well". TheDeadPool, you have too many periods, it stands for nothing and makes it awkward to read. Also, the word "well" only has two l's. Capitalize the letter I and you only need to use one question mark.
#36 to #4 - anon
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(10/30/2009) [-]
there is some katakana but that is probably because it is from Chinese origins
#28 to #4 - TheDeadPool
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(10/29/2009) [-]
welll....... little missydotnet.......... i bet you know a lot about periods don't you??????................................. ...............................
#23 to #4 - NightmareAPL
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(10/29/2009) [-]
Well, Jack, you also failed because you started the sentence with a number and didn't write the number out. It should have been written "Ten" instead of "10."
#14 to #4 - JackSchidt
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(10/29/2009) [-]
10 failed as well. First sentence had no period. The second sentence had no capital letter at the beginning.
That, my friends, is a double fail.
#19 to #4 - TheDeadPool
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(10/29/2009) [-]
Jack... you fail.... you have no friends
#8 to #4 - TheDeadPool
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(10/29/2009) [-]
or Samurai Swords.... bet there is gonna be a grammar nazi huntin for your ass in a minute #6