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What are the reasons that you can easily use wrong Grammars in songs???like in "im calling you":(I don't need nobody.I don't fear nobody....i don't call nobody but you...).or in "the wall":(we don't need no education...).Id really like to know the main reason....
Last edited by Catherine 13; 31-Oct-2010 at 14:09.
so...people use these things in their informal speech and its not just for songs....true?
When he was younger, my son, for example, would utter such things as, " Me and Pete's going out tomorrow," when he was with his friends. To his mother and me he would say, "Peter and I are going out tomorrow."
thanks....i have one other question....How is an English teacher social value and position in English countries?I hope u get what i mean...
if somebody from an other country,with another native language,come there to teach,what would happen to her?
However, if you mean a teacher of English to immigrants from the same background as the teacher, she might do OK.
Now, I notice you didn't specify English teaching. A teacher of History or Science would not have the same level of difficulty, as long as their English is good enough. (This doesn't apply to universities; as long as you are knowledgable in your field, it is apparently the student's place to understand whatever language you can produce).