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You don't like me, do you?" she asked suddenly and pathetically, just like a small child.
Sergei did not look at her but merely said, "What makes you think that?"
"It is normal to try to make conversation while in the car with someone, isn't it?"
"Oh, well, my English is only average," he lied.
"Maybe, but I speak Russian," she persisted
Sergei grunted.
"What, your Russian is only average too?" she said, raising an eyebrow. ~ William Axtell
Fortalecer In English quotes by William Axtell
'Darling, you have to come home,' she started in as soon as I answered. 'You cannot possibly want to stay in that ... that tomb with bodies falling out of the wall!'
'I don't know why not,' I replied. 'It's everything a ghoul could ask for.' ~ Josh Lanyon
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In his New Yorker column of July 27, 1957, E. B. White praised the "little book" as a "forty-three-page summation of the case for cleanliness, accuracy, and brevity in the use of English. ~ William Strunk Jr.
Fortalecer In English quotes by William Strunk Jr.
When you sing in English and Spanish, it's two completely different forms of expression and ... even the people who don't speak Spanish love to hear me sing in Spanish. ~ Gloria Estefan
Fortalecer In English quotes by Gloria Estefan
It only takes a room of Americans for the English and Australians to realise how much we have in common. ~ Stephen Fry
Fortalecer In English quotes by Stephen Fry
I had stopped writing plays set in villages because they were not relevant to my experiences and I knew my English classmates wouldn't appreciate them. ~ Sefi Atta
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Wuz.' They spelled it 'wuz.' 'Wuz'! I'm in AP English! I read a lot! I read big books. Big f***ing books! I read Tolstoy, and Faulkner, and - 'wuz'? ~ Brittany Cavallaro
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In the English language there are orphans and widows, but there is no word for the parents who lose a child. ~ Jodi Picoult
Fortalecer In English quotes by Jodi Picoult
Her voice was trained, supple as leather, precise as a knife thrower's blade. Singing or talking, it had the same graceful quality, and an accent I thought at first was English, but then realized was the old-fashioned American of a thirties movie, a person who could get away with saying 'grand.' Too classic, they told her when she went out on auditions. It didn't mean old. It meant too beautiful for the times, when anything that lasted longer than six months was considered passe. I loved to listen to her sing, or tell me stories about her childhood in suburban Connecticut, it sounded like heaven. ~ Janet Fitch
Fortalecer In English quotes by Janet Fitch
L. 547. The terms made use of in this line, and in 481, may appear somewhat coarse, as addressed by one Goddess to another: but I assure the English reader that in this passage ~ Homer
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I used to say, "Go boldly in among the English," and then I used to go boldly in myself. ~ Joan Of Arc
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...The Qur'an cannot be translated. ...The book is here rendered almost literally and every effort has been made to choose befitting language. But the result is not the Glorious Qur'an, that inimitable symphony, the very sounds of which move men to tears and ecstasy. It is only an attempt to present the meaning of the Qur'an-and peradventure something of the charm in English. It can never take the place of the Qur'an in Arabic, nor is it meant to do so... ~ Marmaduke William Pickthall
Fortalecer In English quotes by Marmaduke William Pickthall
In fact the English nurses had spent much of their time stuffing mattresses, stirring gruel, and standing at washtubs, but Lib didn't want the nun to mistake her for an ignorant menial. That was what nobody understood: saving lives often came down to getting a latrine pipe unplugged. ~ Emma Donoghue
Fortalecer In English quotes by Emma Donoghue
I need not repeat familiar arguments about the waste of teachers' time, and the difficulties thrown in the way of English children trying to learn their own language; or the fact that nobody without a visual memory for words ever succeeds in spelling conventionally, however highly educated he or she may be. ~ George Bernard Shaw
Fortalecer In English quotes by George Bernard Shaw
Words evolve, perhaps more rapidly and tellingly than do their users, and the change in meanings reflects a society often more accurately than do the works of many historians. In he years preceding the first collapse of NorAm, the change in the meaning of one word predicted the failure of that society more immediately and accurately than did all the analysts, social scientists, and historians. That critical word? 'Discrimination.' We know it now as a term meaning 'unfounded bias against a person, group, or culture on the basis of racial, gender, or ethnic background.' Prejudice, if you will.

The previous meaning of this word was: 'to draw a clear distinction between good and evil, to differentiate, to recognize as different.' Moreover, the connotations once associated with discrimination were favorable. A person of discrimination was one of taste and good judgment. With the change of the meaning into a negative term of bias, the English language was left without a single-word term for the act of choosing between alternatives wisely, and more importantly, left with a subterranean negative connotation for those who attempted to make such choices.

In hindsight, the change in meaning clearly reflected and foreshadowed the disaster to come. Individuals and institutions abhorred making real choices. At one point more than three-quarters of the youthful population entered institutions of higher learning. Credentials, often paper ones, replaced meaning judgment ~ L.E. Modesitt Jr.
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It is being said of a certain poet that though he tortures the English language, he has never yet succeeded in forcing it to reveal his meaning. ~ J.B. Morton
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Emotional trauma is something we should be forced to take a formal course in during high school, sandwiched between advanced statistics and AP English. ~ Wendy Plump
Fortalecer In English quotes by Wendy Plump
Wikipedia took the idea of peer review and applied it to volunteers on a global scale, becoming the most important English reference work in less than 10 years. Yet the cumulative time devoted to creating Wikipedia, something like 100 million hours of human thought, is expended by Americans every weekend, just watching ads. ~ Clay Shirky
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In our generation, everybody told us that it's really important and it's nice to be able to speak a lot of languages. It's an art, too. It really impresses me, people who speak, like, seven languages. I admire them so much, so I began with English, and then Spanish and maybe Portuguese. ~ Adele Exarchopoulos
Fortalecer In English quotes by Adele Exarchopoulos
Yolanda, nicknamed Yo in Spanish, misunderstood Joe in English, doubled and pronounced like the toy, Yoyo - or when forced to select from a rack of personalized keychains, Joey. ~ Julia Alvarez
Fortalecer In English quotes by Julia Alvarez
In English, we don't have a word for people who aren't virgins. What the non-virgin lexical gap really made me think was that our obsession with sexual purity is such that once you are no longer this THING, you are indescribable. ~ John Green
Fortalecer In English quotes by John Green
For the people of my country," Renato said, "water is everything: love, life, religion ... even God."
"It is like that for me too," I said. "In English we call that a metaphor."
"Of course," said Renato, "and water is the most abundant metaphor on earth. ~ Pam Houston
Fortalecer In English quotes by Pam Houston
My favorite three words in the English language are: 'I don't know', because every time I say them, I learn something new. ~ Timothy Leary
Fortalecer In English quotes by Timothy Leary
I spent many years in grad school in English, so I've read a lot in a variety of genres. But adventure fantasy is my bread and butter as a reader, and probably always will be. So it's only natural that I came to that genre as a writer. ~ Saladin Ahmed
Fortalecer In English quotes by Saladin Ahmed
My English is perfect. I just like to say garbled nonsense to throw people off and keep them from bothering me. Cryptic is cool and it just adds to my mystique. I mean, Cancellara says some wacky stuff in English and nobody makes fun of him. ~ Peter Sagan
Fortalecer In English quotes by Peter Sagan
I flunked my exam for university two times before I was accepted by what was considered my city's worst university, Hangzhou Teachers University. I was studying to be a high school English teacher. In my university, I was elected student chairman and later became chairman of the city's Students Federation. ~ Jack Ma
Fortalecer In English quotes by Jack Ma
English Passengers, a first novel by Matthew Kneale, relates what follows when a group of Englishmen arrive in mid-nineteenth-century Tasmania with different purposes: to find the Garden of Eden, to prove the natives are less intelligent than the British, and to escape from British law. Kneale also describes the tragic life of a young Aboriginal whose experiences are shaped by the arrival of the British. ~ Nancy Pearl
Fortalecer In English quotes by Nancy Pearl
He repeated the words dutifully, and then put together his very first sentence in elegant King's English. "Cut...fuck...Bil-lee. ~ Mark Wildyr
Fortalecer In English quotes by Mark Wildyr
The only prerequisites are past experience, a suitable personality and good communication skills: you need to be able to communicate adequately in English. ~ Paul Clitheroe
Fortalecer In English quotes by Paul Clitheroe
I graduated in 2004 with an English degree and a case of imposter syndrome so intense that I convinced myself I "didn't have enough ideas" to become a writer of any kind. ~ Lindy West
Fortalecer In English quotes by Lindy West
My motto is "Unite now, today if you can; fight if you must. But in every case avoid British intervention." ~ Mahatma Gandhi
Fortalecer In English quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
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