Que voy acer? Grammatics

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Mr.Mark

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Talldrink said:
Y ahora, quien podra ayudarme? :disappoin
"Yo! [music plays] El Chapul?n Colorado!!!!"

M?s ?gil que una tortuga,
m?s fuerte que un rat?n,
m?s noble que una lechuga,
su escudo es un coraz?n.

"Mis antenitas de vinil est?n detectando la presencia del enemigo"

"Todos mis movimientos est?n fr?amente calculados"

"Lo sospech? desde un principio"

"Se aprovechan de mi nobleza"

"S?ganme los buenos"

Oh, the childhood memories!
 

rellosk

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It's incredible, 19 nonsensical, useless replies to a valid, albeit naive question. I don't get it. Why not help the person instead of criticizing typos and mistakes in grammar? The only response that was at all relevant was post #2.

Hopefully, when the OP responds to Mr. Mark's questions, we will all try to be more helpful.
 

Talldrink

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rellosk said:
It's incredible, 19 nonsensical, useless replies to a valid, albeit naive question. I don't get it. Why not help the person instead of criticizing typos and mistakes in grammar? The only response that was at all relevant was post #2.

Hopefully, when the OP responds to Mr. Mark's questions, we will all try to be more helpful.
Rellosk - we can sum all relevant posts he could possibly get by telling him to do a search - this question is asked on here at least once every two days...
 
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Mr.Mark

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rellosk said:
It's incredible, 19 nonsensical, useless replies to a valid, albeit naive question. I don't get it. Why not help the person instead of criticizing typos and mistakes in grammar? The only response that was at all relevant was post #2.

Hopefully, when the OP responds to Mr. Mark's questions, we will all try to be more helpful.

You're right, man. I was just going to say to other posters to take it easy with the OP, but given that they started a discussion about the correct way of saying something, I thought I had to make my contribution.

I apologize for being insensitive.
 

HOWMAR

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MrMike said:
While employment opportunites are scarce in this country opportunities to perfect one's spelling and grammar in both English and Spanish abound.
I think you need a "," in that sentence.
 

Ricardo900

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HOWMAR said:
I think you need a "," in that sentence.
hahaha, you caught a "comma splice"

If you don't know what a comma splice is, it's the attempt to join two independent clauses with a comma, but without a coordinator, i.e. and, but, or, etc..

Ricardo "The English Teachar" 900