Re: Native speakers like to use adjectives instead of adverbs??
I find "I done inviting him" very odd. I think it's possible that they said "I'm done inviting him" or "I'm done cleaning up after him". Here, "I'm done ..." means "I have finished ..." or "I have had enough and I'm not going to do it any more ..."
Originally Posted by Hugo_Lin
As far as Harry Redknapp is concerned, I don't think his being a multi-millionaire has any bearing on anything. He comes from an area of London where a lot of people speak non-standard English - they "talk common". Having said that, the use of "He done ..." is very common in soccer parlance. "The boy done well" is a rather odd phrase which was, no doubt, said once during a post-match speech and has ended up entering the language as a phrase which is now used for all kinds of situations. It meant originally "The player in question played well in that match".
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