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Skwerl

This film is titled “Skwerl” and it is done in fake English – what English sounds like to non-English speakers. I have only picked up on a few actual English words in it – “sure”, “today” and “why” – otherwise, no worries if you don’t understand what they are saying.

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2 days ago

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Skyping some speaking tests from my bedroom office. My co-worker once again encroached on my personal space. She’s also very micromanage-y. ...

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3 weeks ago

Cyntactic

Out damned sp.....corona. ...

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3 weeks ago

Cyntactic

When you suggest your class to connect from home. Teaching to screens all day, most likely all week. I’m fine as long as I have a mic 😉 ...

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4 weeks ago

Cyntactic

Also, remember to wash your hands. ...

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1 month ago

Cyntactic

Please note that I have achieved one-name status along the likes of Madonna and Cher (note: AL is short for ALLA here, not Albert). ...

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