#FIXChallenge: Learn English, Bitch! | EPS. 2 – Sabrina vs. Eqy

{“en”:”Hi Mothafixers! Today we have Eqyu2026 Versus Sabrina Dan guysu2026 Selamat dating kembali Mike Udah lama ya Mike ngga disini Am I right? Who missed Mike? No oneu2026 Who the hell is Mike And as you guys can see Kita semua pakai Fix merchandise Pre sales nya ada di website ya Bisa pesan di www.fixproductions.co/shop Do you think itu2019s gonna be there? The other day, Nicole did these but nothing came up u201cHere and hereu2026u201d wtf? Untuk episode kedua ini We have local drinks, as usual We have Kolesom Who drank it already? And alsou2026 we have Anggur Putih Our most favourite is of course Anggur Merah This one doesn’t have the newest logo of Orang Tua The new one is more dynamic The new one has sunglasses on it Jadi kan kalian udah tau peraturannya Jadi ada 10 kata Bahasa Inggris di dalam sini Eqy dan Sabrina bakal ambil asal aja Dan ini adalah kata kata yang sedikit susah untuk diucapkan If you guys get it right…

Mike and I have to drink And then if you get it right and want to make a sentence out of that word Weu2019ll take a shot Only if the sentence is right And if you pronounce it wrong Then you guys gotta drink Tapi pada intinya, kalian akan melawan satu sama lain Weu2019re against each otheru2026 That seems weird… Before we start the first round Weu2019re gonna take a shot Buat ngelenturin aja Tos buat episode kedua, Learn English, Bitch! Kata pertama Wowu2026 Thatu2019s easy Wrong! Thatu2019s what a girl usually says to a boyu2026 Terlalu kerasu2026 Mike jijik ih What the hell, Mike?! Lo punya satu kesempatan Thatu2019s right Wait, you have to repeat it correctly Two shots! Lo mau buat kalimat ngga? Kamu harus baca buku panduannya dengan teliti Bagus sekali Gw kan cemerlang banget tau gak sih gw tuh pinter ! Thoroughly itu artinyau2026 How do you say it in Bahasau2026 In detailu2026 Carefully Like when youu2019re reading Aku membaca dengan seksama Untuk Sabrinia di ronde pertama! Her comment is a bit fucked up and I hate it Me too I wonder what itu2019s like to be Nicoleu2019s boyfriend I bet he has hearing problem Sheu2019s so loud ! Imagine waking on a Sunday and likeu2026 Selamat pagi sayang ! Yang penting kan gw punya pacar Gw ngga mau pacar karna persetan dengan laki-laki Gw maunya cewek! Bercanda! Jangan dimasukin ya Itu cuma bercandau2026 gw suka titit Itu2019s getting hot you know Ok silahkan Thatu2019s right What did I say?! Gw kan bilang jangan kasih dia kata yang gampang Dia bisa Bahasa Inggris! I donu2019t give a fuck! That was easy Wrong! What is it then? Jadi L nya itu tidak disebutkan Gw boleh bikin kalimat ngga? Supaya kalian mabok Apa? Ngga lah! Emang itu ya peraturannya? Gampang banget dong Lo lebih parah daripada Putra Gw mau sushi salmon Bagus sekali Ronde keduau2026 Sabrina yang dapet point nya Please let me have the easy one We donu2019t have these kinda words in Ambon I know that Did you went to school in Ambon? Wait say that againu2026 Itu sebenarnya benar Weu2019ll give it to Eqy causeu2026 We feel bad for him The first try was right actually It wonu2019t come out, dammit Be more gentleu2026 I bet it will Iu2019m gettingu2026 Sweaty? — Yes But I donu2019t know Coba buat kalimat Coba gw coba ya Iya bentar nyet! Wrong Chivalry itu adalah cara cowok memperlakukan perempuan Dan jaman sekarang itu orang bilang kalauu2026 Chivalry itu sudah tidak ada When men donu2019t open the door for woman Or you donu2019t pay for their meal What? Is he like a bell boy or something? That’s exactly what I’m talking about In your mindu2026 Udah kayak di taro kalau kesopaan terhadap perumpuan itu ngga ada di negara ini Thatu2019s how your mind trained But actually…

To be more like a gentleman Exactly Thank god I am still one of those people So youu2019re a bell boy huh? I think I can do this one Wrong. That’s right Sabrina was right L nya itu tidak diucapkan I can give you guys examples however I canu2019t do definition For examples.. Letu2019s say, I just broke up with Mike And Iu2019m all alone Then I call Eqy Eqy comes to my place while Iu2019m all vulnerable Thatu2019s what vulnerable means Iu2019m weak Helpless Alright… Jadi kali ini Sabrina yang menang lagi Eqy lo harus minum shot This is so easy! I may be wrong… Wrong ! Mike, apa-apaan?! I’m so mad! Gini nih jadinya kalau dia keseringan berlibur Dia kembali trus gini deh…

Bajingan! If she can’t do it, I don’t think I can You don’t have to drink if you get it wrong He is right ! You have to drink again, so embarrassing ! Do you want me to mix it? No actually, she doesn’t have to drink Endeavour itu lebih buat bisnis sih Oh ya? Lo seharusnya serius disini! Endeavour itu lebih kayak pada saat lo mencoba sesuatu iya gak sih? Yaampun ada suara yang akhirnya keluar Itukah Kau? Jadi tadi yang dapet point nya itu Eqy It seems hard Itu mah gampang Itu bener sih Itu bagus sih Do you know what that means? I don’t So you can’t make a sentence? I can’t Okay fine It’s good right? Fabbergasted itu artinya…

You’re surprised Sabrina kaget saat ia membuka celana nya Celananya? Celananya orang lain… Kenapa gw kaget sama barang gw sendiri? So we have 3 left… I got more and more dumb Dia bernyanyi di paduan suara Kalian minum dua kali, nyet! I can also read that What did I say? Gw kan udah bilang jangan kasih dia kata yang gampang Dia bisa Bahasa Inggris ! I don’t give a fuck Mike didn’t you just go on a detox? Tadi Sabrina yang dapat point nya Why didn’t you finish that? I have just poured it Just so you’re prepared Damn right It’s getting wild in here Wrong! What was that? Most Indonesians say this word… Dan itu salah… Yang tadi Sabrina bilang itu benar That’s what I was going to say That’s good! Pour more, I want more This is crazy ! Gw aja ngga tau ini artinya apa The intonation is difference Mothafixers, ini sepertinya yang paling susah ya Cara kalian mengucapkannya adalah… Apa itu artinya? Itu artinya, waktu sebuah kata terdengar sama dengan ejaannya For example…

Garing In Bahasa, a lot of like… Banyak kata dalam Bahasa Indonesia yang kayak… Terdengar seperti seharusnya Jadi ingat ya… I wanna ask our editor Irun to put it up right here… Tolong lah Irun, tolong ya Masukanlah sesuatu disini… Jangan Buat kita terlihat seperti orang bodoh I say he did it on purpose Setiap minggu gw kayak orang bego, nunjuk nunjuk gini We don’t really need to count right… The winner is Sabrina My victory is also his… Pemenang di episode kedua dari Learn English, Bitch kali ini… Adalah Sabrina ! Ini akan menjadi pembuka dari show kita selanjutnya…

Yang bakal ada Eqy dan Sabrina Bukan, bukan bayi kok… Kita ngga mau nikah Equ dan Sabrin a sudah resmi menjadi bagian dari Fix Productions Tunggu ya di bulan Juni untuk show terbaru kita… Yang bakal kita kasih judul… Gw gatau deh apa Eqy dan Sabrina akan review hotel hotel di Jakarta… Kalau kalian mau lihat episode ketiga daari Learn English, Bitch… Siapa yang kalian mau kita tantang selanjutnya? Komen di bawah kalau kalian punya kata-kata yang ingin kita masukan juga… Kasih tau kita di komen di bawah Terima kasih, Mothafixers!. “}

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Substitute Teacher in Vietnam (Key & Peele Parody)

{“en”:”So Vy’s Vietnamese and some names sound really funny if you mispronounce them in English. So we decided to do a parody of Vietnamese names and Chad as a substitute teacher in Vietnam. And all of these names are real Vietnamese names. All right, listen up! I’m y’alls substitute English teacher Mr. Clay. In this class we do not speak Vietnamese. We speak ‘Merican. Let’s take attendance. Bich Nguy. We got a Bich Nguy is this class? Yeah Uh, you mean Bich Nguy? Oh, so that’s how it’s gonna be… I said no Vietnamese in this class. I got my eye on you Bich Nguy. Phuc Ngo Anybody Phuc Ngo today? Yes sir? Uh, my name Phuc Ngo. Are you a couple fries short of a happy meal, Phuc Ngo? No You want to flipping go Phuc Ngo? No cause we could go right now! Don’t pee on my leg and tell me it’s raining! A Chau Chu Tran Can I get an A Chau? Now one of y’all better not say some silly ass name cause my temper’s getting hotter than a billy goat’s ass in a pepper field.

You mean A Chau? Son of a bitch! You say your name and say it right! Right now! A Chau Say it right! A Chau right A Chau correctly! A Chau God Bless you Now, Dai Trinh Anybody Dai Trinh? You better be sick! Or died trying to catch a cold from A Chau over here. Uh, yes sir Why didn’t you answer me the first time I said it huh? Uh, huh? I mean I said it like four times. Dai Trinh. Because the people, they call the Dai Trinh Son of a bitch! You done messed up Dai Trinh! Now get your ass down to Mountain Dew’s office right now! uh, who the hell? Mountain Dew! oh, principal Mai Tien Do? Get out of my god damn class before I kick ya where the good lord split ya! Now who else wants to go to Mai Tien Do’s office? You Mai Ho? How about you Hung Dong? You want to go Tu Diep? No, no go, no go Tu Diep, no go! You want to go to the principal’s office Nu Tong? No Looks like you’re about to break Hy Minh Now! Harry Dick! I’m here Mr.

Clay Thank you! Do you know a funny name, if so leave it in the comments below. Let’s see who comes up with the funniest name. Be sure to give this video a thumbs up if you liked it, hit the subscribe button and check out this video over here because Vy and I went to Vietnam and we got a massage there, and it was pretty intense, I’ll just say that.

I think you’ll get a good laugh so check that out. See you next time!. “}

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Learn English through Funny story Mr Bean (level 2)

{“en”:”It was Mr. Bean’s birthday, and he wanted to enjoy it! What could he do? ‘How can I make this important day a happy day?’ he thought. ‘I know. I’ll go out to a restaurant for dinner this evening! I’ll enjoy that. ‘ Mr. Bean didn’t often eat in restaurants. They were sometimes very expensive. And he sometimes did things wrong when he was in a new or strange place. Oh dear! Life wasn’t easy for Mr. Bean! That evening, Mr. Bean put on a clean shirt. He put on his best coat and trousers. He put on his best shoes. Then he drove to a restaurant in the centre of town. He arrived at eight o’clock and went inside.

It was a very nice restaurant. Everybody was wearing their best clothes, and there were flowers on every table. ‘I’m going to like it here, ‘ thought Mr. Bean. ‘This is a good restaurant for my birthday dinner. ‘ The manager met him at the door. ‘Good evening, sir, ‘ he said. ‘How are you? Would you like a table for one?’ ‘Yes, please, ‘ said Mr. Bean. ‘Follow me, sir, ‘ said the manager. He walked across the room to a table, and Mr. Bean went after him. ‘Here you are, sir, ‘ said the manager. ‘This is a nice table. ‘ He pulled the chair away from the table.

Then he waited for Mr. Bean to sit down. Mr. Bean looked at him. ‘Why is he taking my chair away?’ thought Mr. Bean. ‘What’s he doing?’ And he pulled the chair away from the manager and sat down quickly. When the manager went away, Mr. Bean sat quietly for a minute. Then he remembered something. He took a birthday card and an envelope out of his jacket. Next, he took out a pen and wrote ‘Happy Birthday, Bean’ inside the card. Then he put the card into the envelope and wrote his name on the outside of it. He put it on the table, and put his pen back into his jacket. After a minute or two, Mr. Bean pretended to see the card for the first time. ‘Oh! A card – for me?’ he said. He opened the envelope and took out the card. He read it carefully. ‘Now that’s nice!’ he said. ‘Somebody remembered my birthday!’ And he stood the card on his table.

The manager arrived with the menu and gave it to Mr. Bean. Mr. Bean started to read it. ‘Oh, dear!’ he thought. ‘Everything’s very expensive! What can I have?’ Mr. Bean got out his money. He had a ten-pound note and some coins. He put the money on to a plate. ‘How much have I got?’ he said, and he moved the money round on the plate. ‘Ten, eleven… And forty, fifty, fifty-five! Eleven pounds and fifty-five pence. ‘ He looked at the menu again. What could he eat for eleven pounds fifty-five? The manager came to his table. ‘Are you ready, sir?’ he asked. ‘Yes, ‘ said Mr. Bean. He put his finger on the menu. ‘I’ll have that, please.

‘ The manager looked at the menu. ‘The steak tartare, sir. Yes, of course. ‘ ‘Yes, ‘ said Mr. Bean. ‘Steak. ‘ The manager took the menu and went away. Mr. Bean sat and looked round the restaurant. There were a lot of people in the room. There was a man and a woman at the next table. They ate and talked. Suddenly, a waiter arrived at Mr. Bean’s table with a bottle of wine. ‘Would you like to try the wine, sir?’ he said. ‘Oh, yes please, ‘ said Mr. Bean. The waiter put some wine in Mr. Bean’s glass and Mr. Bean had a drink. It was very nice! He smiled, and the waiter tried to put more wine into the glass. Of course, the waiter was right. First, the customer tries his wine. When he is happy with it, the waiter gives him more wine. But Mr. Bean didn’t know this, and he quickly put his hand across the glass. ‘No, thank you, ‘ he said. ‘I don’t drink wine when I’m driving.’ The waiter looked at him strangely – and walked away.

He didn’t say, ‘Why did you try the wine when you didn’t want it, you stupid man!’ Mr. Bean took the knife from the table and started to play with it. He pretended to be a bad man. He pretended to push the knife into somebody. But he didn’t really want to kill anybody, of course. It was a game. The woman at the next table looked at him angrily, and Mr. Bean quickly moved the knife. Next, he hit the glasses and plate on his table with it. Ping, ping, ping they went! And after a minute, he played the song ‘Happy Birthday’ on the glasses. He smiled and thought, ‘I’m very clever!’ But the woman at the next table didn’t think, ‘That’s clever!’ or ‘Oh yes, that’s funny!’ She thought, ‘That man’s really stupid!’ And she looked hard at Mr. Bean. Mr. Bean put the knife down and looked at his napkin. ‘It’s a very nice napkin, ‘ he thought. The waiter saw Mr.

Bean looking at his napkin. He didn’t say anything, but suddenly – flick! – he opened it for Mr. Bean. ‘That’s clever, ‘ thought Mr. Bean. ‘I’ll try that!’ And he began to move his napkin. Flick! Flick! Flick! Suddenly, the napkin flew out of his hand. It flew across on to the next table. The woman at the table looked round again. But Mr. Bean pretended not to see her. His face said, ‘It’s not my napkin!’ A minute later, the waiter arrived with his food. There was a large cover on the plate and Mr. Bean couldn’t see the food. But he gave the waiter the money on the table. Customers don’t usually give a waiter money when he arrives with the food. But the waiter didn’t say anything. He took the money and put it in his jacket.

Mr. Bean was happy. ‘I’m doing everything right, ‘ he thought. The waiter took the cover off the plate and walked away. Mr. Bean looked at the food in front of him. He put his nose near the meat and smelled it. Then he put his ear next to it. ‘What’s this?’ he thought. He put some of the meat into his mouth. Suddenly, the manager arrived at his table. ‘Is everything all right, sir?’ he asked. ‘Are you happy with everything?’ ‘Mmmmm, ‘ said Mr. Bean. He smiled. The manager smiled, too. He walked away – and Mr. Bean’s face changed. There was no smile now. ‘Aaagh!’ he thought. ‘They didn’t cook this meat!’ But he had to eat it. ‘I don’t want people to think that I’m stupid,’ he thought. ‘But I’ll never ask for steak tartare again! Never!’ He pushed his plate away. But then the waiter went past his table. ‘Is everything all right, sir?’ he asked. ‘Oh, yes,’ said Mr. Bean. He smiled. ‘Yes, everything’s very nice, thank you.’ He smiled and pretended to eat some meat.

But the waiter went away before Mr. Bean put it into his mouth. ‘What can I do with it?’ he thought. ‘I can’t eat this. Where can I hide it?’ Then he had an idea. Carefully, he put the meat into the mustard pot and put the cover on it. ‘Where can I put some now?’ he thought. ‘I can’t eat it, so I’ve got to hide all of it. Oh, yes, the flowers!’ He took the flowers out of the vase. But then the manager went past, so Mr. Bean pretended to smell the flowers. ‘Mmm, very nice!’ he said. The manager smiled and walked away. Quickly, Mr. Bean put some meat into the vase and pushed the flowers in on top of it.

He looked round the table. ‘Where next?’ he thought. ‘Yes! The bread!’ He took his knife and cut the bread roll. Then he quickly ate the middle of it. Now he could push some meat inside the roll. He did this, then he put the roll down. He looked at the meat on his plate. ‘There’s a lot of it, ‘ he thought. ‘Where can I hide it now?’ He looked at the small plate on the table. Perhaps he could hide some meat under the plate. He looked round. ‘Nobody’s watching me, ‘ he thought. So he took more meat from the big plate in front of him, and put it under the small plate. Then he pushed down hard with his hand. The waiter walked past his table again. Mr. Bean smiled at him and put his arm on the plate. After the waiter went away, he pushed down on the small plate again. ‘That’s better, ‘ he thought. ‘Now you can’t see the meat. Good. But there’s more meat. Where can I hide it?’ He looked round the table. ‘The sugar pot!’ he thought. ‘But it’s got sugar in it. What can I do?’ He thought quickly, then he put some sugar into a wine glass.

Next, he put some of the meat into the sugar pot. Then he put the sugar from the wine glass on top of it. ‘Good!’ he thought. ‘Nobody can see it in there. ‘ Suddenly, Mr. Bean could hear music. ‘Where’s that coming from?’ he thought. He looked round – and saw a man with a violin. After a minute or two, the man came across to Mr. Bean’s table and played for him.

Mr. Bean smiled. ‘This is nice, ‘ he thought. Then the man saw Mr. Bean’s birthday card, and the music changed. The man started to play ‘Happy Birthday’! The people at the other tables looked round when they heard the song. ‘Who’s having a birthday?’ they thought. Then they saw Mr. Bean and smiled at him. Mr. Bean smiled back at them. He pretended to eat some of the meat, but he didn’t put it into his mouth. The man with the violin walked round Mr. Bean’s table and watched him. He played his violin and waited for Mr. Bean to eat the meat. And he waited… and waited… and waited… ‘I’ll have to eat some,’ thought Mr. Bean. ‘He’ll only go away when I eat it. ‘ So he put the meat into his mouth. And the man with the violin turned away to the next table. The meat was in Mr. Bean’s mouth, but he didn’t want to eat it. He wanted to put it somewhere. But where? He looked at the man with the violin. He moved quickly. He pulled open the back of the man’s trousers and opened his mouth. The meat fell inside the trousers! He smiled.

‘That was clever, ‘ he thought. The man with the violin moved round the next table. He played a song to the man and the woman. The music was very beautiful. They listened and drank their wine. They watched the man with the violin, so their eyes weren’t on Mr. Bean. Nobody’s eyes were on Mr. Bean. He saw this, and he had an idea. Mr. Bean quickly took the woman’s bag from the floor. He opened it and pushed some meat inside it. Then he put the bag on the floor again. But when he did this, he accidentally put his foot out. The waiter walked past with some plates of food – and he fell over Mr. Bean’s foot! The plates fell on to Mr. Bean’s table, and on to the floor. There was a loud CRASH!, and the people at the other tables looked up quickly. ‘What happened?’ they said.

Then they saw the waiter on the floor. ‘Oh, dear!’ they said. Now Mr. Bean had another idea. Here was the answer to his problem! He moved very quickly. He pushed the meat from his plate on to the table with the other food. Then he pretended to be very angry. ‘Look, you stupid man!’ he said to the waiter. ‘Oh, look at this!’ The waiter got up from the floor. ‘I’m sorry, sir, ‘ he said. ‘I’m really very sorry. ‘ The manager arrived at the table. ‘I’m very sorry, too, sir, ‘ he said. ‘Oh, the food-!’ ‘Yes, it’s everywhere!’ said Mr. Bean. ‘Look! It’s in the mustard pot. It’s in the bread roll. It’s in the vase of flowers.’ He took the woman’s bag from the floor.

‘And it’s in here!’ He pulled open the back of the violin player’s trousers. ‘And here!’ The waiter couldn’t understand it. ‘Go back to the kitchen, ‘ the manager told him, and the waiter went away. Then the manager turned to Mr. Bean. ‘Please, sir, ‘ he said. ‘Come with me.’ ‘What?’ said Mr. Bean. ‘Oh, yes, all right.’ The manager took Mr. Bean to a clean table. ‘Sit here, sir, ‘ he said. Mr. Bean sat down. ‘Thank you, ‘ he said. The manager opened Mr. Bean’s napkin. Then he got the birthday card from the other table. He put it on Mr. Bean’s clean table. ‘Thank you,’ said Mr. Bean. The man with the violin came across and played ‘Happy Birthday’ to him again.

Mr. Bean smiled. Now everything was all right. ‘Now I can start again, ‘ he thought. ‘And this time I’ll do everything right.’ The waiter arrived at Mr. Bean’s table. He put a plate in front of Mr. Bean. The manager smiled and took off the cover. Mr. Bean looked down. And he stopped smiling. There, in front of him, was a very large plate – of steak tartare!”}

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‘Shut Up!’ Conversation: Learn English Conversation With Simple English Videos

{“en”:”Whatu2019s orange and sounds like parrot? Carrot. A carrot rhymes with parrot. Ha! Come on. Jay, weu2019re trying to work. Whatu2019s red and smells like blue paint? Red paint. Get it? Red paint. Ha! Jay, Iu2019ve got one for you. Yeah? Whatu2019s loud and sounds like shut up? I donu2019t know, what? Shut up.. “}

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Study English in Brighton

Only 1% Can Pass This English Test

{“en”:”English is an amazing language, but it can also be really annoying some of the rules in the English language just don’t make any sense they contradict each other and to be honest they’re kind of, some of them are kind of stupid and that’s exactly what we’re looking at today. There is some weird English rules always that English is just an impossible language to speak because the rules always contradict themselves. Here we go. For example, we’re gonna start off with a game. This is the English game. Maybe some of you guys have seen this before already all you have to do is place the word, “only” anywhere in the sentence, so the sentence says, “She told him that she loved him.” Okay, “last,” but only after she.

She only told him that she loved him. So that basically just means that’s all she told. Him she could have said more. Let’s put it after told. She told only him that she loved him. So she only told him and no one else. She told him that she only loved him. And she told him that she loved him only, so it’s crazy how one word can choose a sentence to have four different meanings.

ONLY in the English language. So if we gotta give her a round of applause to the English language. Ladies and gentlemen English with all is one of my worst subjects to me. I was like really good at science Second place was math, and then I would say it was probably like English or geography I was also really good at history, but guys. How’s it going welcome to reaction time today? We’re just gonna react to some some weird rules in the English language He’s gonna be like games or funny sayings so without further ado Let’s just jump right into it how to English 101 with your teacher tall fishman All right class so this is how to English no word queue. You guys don’t know what it means It’s a line of sequence of people or vehicles waiting their turn it can also be a list of data items commands so pronunciation and cue as it shows the rules are write down five letters Q u e ue But you only pronounce the first letter that’s stupid right welcome to the English language so five different letters to make the word Q Where reality you could just put Q What a sound are the same, but why do you need five letters for one word cough ruff though through okay? Look how they’re all spelled.

They look almost identical, but why don’t these words rhyme? I don’t understand Why didn’t words rhyme even though they all look identical? Why isn’t it tough like rough and cough or trough why is it though in throat I? Don’t know can someone answer that it makes. No sense it even says down here for some odd reason Pony and bologna Rhyme, yet these words don’t all rhyme so stupid stupid.

We should learn different languages that make more sense This is a cool fact that you probably never heard before a 16th century man wrote God BW e in a letter to someone as an abbreviation for may God be with you so God be with you and it appeared as God B Y which was then read by the recipient as goodbye And that’s why people say goodbye because of 16th century chat speak. I’ve never heard of this in my life It could probably be fake But if someone wants to talk check it fact check it and let me know down in the comments is this the real reason people Say goodbye because it was actually God be with you okay, farewell God be with you And then it was interpreted as goodbye this one is comical if Wilma is pronounced womb and tomb is pronounced tomb shouldn’t bomb be pronounced boom I Don’t know now look at this.

This is a pineapple, and this is the word pineapple in different languages We got a bunch of different languages here in our mean. It’s uh non-us Danish I’m gonna Dutch on us um pretty much every single language It’s fun on us. Just maybe pronounce all different well guess what is in English? pineapple pear pineapple everything’s Ananas except for pineapple English Jump so this sentence right here Actually has seven different meanings depending on which word you accentuate more for example if he said I never Said she stole my money, or I never said she stole my money Or I never said she stole my money, or I never said she stole my money this sounds Do you guys understand it’s giving me a headache right now Depending on which word you’re stressing right now the meaning of the sentence can be completely different. Just try it out yourself Oh, my god. That’s crazy. I never said she stole my money could be my brother’s Jesus Christ That’s kind of beautiful all right So this is why commas are so important if you misuse? Commas this is what it could sound like so with proper comma usage I add eggs Toast and orange juice and without it.

I had eggs toast and orange juice disgusting combination and finally if you guys can read this Perfectly without messing up you speak English better than 90% of all English speakers I’m gonna attempt to try it like the first 10 lines If you guys want to check it out is gonna be first thing in the description all these photos and this if you want to Try it out for yourself. Let’s do it. Are you ready English language Okay, dearest creature in creation to study English pronunciation. I’ll teach you in my verse sounds like corpse corpse horse and Wars I’ll keep you Suzy busy Make your head with heat grow dizzy tear And I or just will tear so shall I or hear my prayer Just compare heart beard in hair and heard daizen diet Lord and word Soreness were to retain in Britain mind the ladder how it’s written no I surely will not plague you with such words as play with such words a plaque an arm and a goo But be careful How you speak say break and steak but blinken Street cloven oven how and low? script receipt show poem and toe hear me say devoid of trickery daughter laughter and Territory typhoid be typhoid measles no, okay This is it guys dollar some funny things in the English language try this out for yourself send it to your friends Hope you guys enjoy But before you guys go check out some more videos or you can also check out free time my second channel right here Why do challenges and have some vlogs one of my friends and subscribe to this channel if you haven’t already for more cool? For more videos like this and I’ll see you guys next time.

Hope. Hope you have a good one and peace out!. “}

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Animal Alphabet Phonics Song For Kids | Wild Animals | Learn English Children

{“en”:”Dream English Kids Hello. My name is Matt. What’s your name? It’s great to see you. Let’s sing the Animal Alphabet song. Are you ready? Great! Here we go. A is for anteater. a, a, anteater B is for bear. b, b, bear C is for crocodile. c, c, crocodile Watch out for the crocodile. (animal sound: crocodile roar) run, run, run run, run, run run, run, run Safe! D is for dog. d, d, dog E is for elephant. e, e, elephant F is for fish. f, f, fish G is for goat. g, g, goat H is for hyena. h, h, hyena Watch out for the hyena. run, run, run run, run, run run, run, run Safe! I is for iguana. i, i, iguana J is for jaguar j, j, jaguar K is for kangaroo. k, k, kangaroo L is for lion. l, l, lion Watch out for the lion. run, run, run run, run, run run, run, run Safe! M is for monkey. m, m, monkey N is for newt. n, n, newt O is for owl. o, o, owl P is for penguin. p, p, penguin Q is for quail.

Q, q, quail R is for rabbit. r, r, rabbit S is for snake. s, s, snake Watch out for the snake. (animal sound: snake ssss) run, run, run run, run, run run, run, run Safe! T is for tiger. t, t, tiger U is for urchin. u, u, urchin V is for vulture. v, v, vulture W is for walrus. w, w, walrus X is for x-ray fish.

x, x, x-ray fish Y is for yak. y, y, yak Z is for zebra. z, z, zebra This is the animal alphabet. This is the animal alphabet. A anteater B bear C crocodile D dog E elephant F fish G goat H hyena I iguana J jaguar K kangaroo L lion M monkey N newt O owl P penguin Q quail R rabbit S snake T tiger U urchin V vulture W walrus X x-ray fish Y yak Z zebra This is the animal alphabet. This is the animal alphabet. Great job! Let’s have a look at another song.. “}

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The History of the English Language

The English Language came a long way before becoming what is now a mixture of profanity and Tumblr-inspired nonsense. And like all great tales, this one starts at sea. During the 5th century, barbaric tribes from Germany and current-day Denmark sailed across the North Sea and took over Britain. These were the Angles, the Saxons and the Jutes, which are the ancestors of the now British People. The Celtic speaking locals were quickly pushed aside to the drunken isles of Scotland and Ireland while the Barbarian invaders imposed their “Englisc” language. The Old English spoken until the 1100s was quite similar to a five-year old bashing his head against a German keyboard. It’s impossible to read or recognize, even for native modern-English speakers. In 1066 though, the rise of the English language came to a brief stop. William the Conqueror (AKA William the Bastard) and his Normans invaded Britain and imposed their own French language. For 200 years, Britain was shamed with a French-speaking royal court and an English-speaking lower class.

Fortunately for the Brits though, the 14th century saw the empowerment of the lower class merchants and a separation from France, and so a French-influenced “Middle English” rose to popularity in all of England. Progressively, the language developed into Early Modern English from the 1500s to the 1800s thanks to the Renaissance, the Printing Press, and the likes of Shakespeare. This revolution is conveniently called the Great Vowel Shift (not to be confused with Bowel Shift) because the vowels were getting shorter.

Later on, modern-day English, influenced by other cultures and numerous British colonies, finally flourished into a rich language, before being ruined by lazy teenagers on the Internet. As a side note, the difference between the American and the British English comes from the fact that they each developed separately. The American English was influenced by Spanish, by French through Louisiana, and by West African because of the slave trade. English is one of the most resilient and adaptive languages of our time, and that’s why it’s so popular. It is expressive, easy to learn, and so widespread that it has become an International medium of communication, surpassing geographical and cultural boundaries.

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