Students are very creative in the way they talk. And I Take For Granite People’s Poor Grammar shirt has printed the words. I take for granite peoples poor grammar more pacifically, how there always thinking, for intensive purposes is supposedly correct. One of my all-time favorites was written in an essay by one of my high school juniors, a very sweet girl. She was explaining the admiration one literary character had for another and said, “He put her up on a petty stool.”. He hit the ground so hard that he was knocked “on conches.”. Oddly enough any of these could be true just extremely unlikely. I’m sure there is a culture somewhere that believes receiving an “old tomato” is the equivalent of saying “or else.” Ain’t our language a wonderful thing?
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I teach Middle School. And i would like to introduce to you I Take For Granite People’s Poor Grammar shirt. Many students use tryna for trying to. Makes me cringe. This is just one of the many words that have adapted from texting that students use in their writing. Yes! “Tryna,” “prolly,” those texting words drove me crazy when I was teaching. It took me forever to figure out what they meant by “Imma.” I suppose it’s some form of “I’m going to…” or “I am planning to.” Texting is like shorthand. It’s not proper English. You speak and write in different ways depending on the setting. Bless her heart! My favorite student gaff was a weekend immune system. Apparently takes the week off.