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    #11
    Labelling languages you don't speak as 'grunting' is far from an objective description.

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    #12
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    Labelling languages you don't speak as 'grunting' is far from an objective description.
    It's OK in my book: Oxford Dictionary of Current English.

    grunt, a low gutteral sound used to express discontent(ment).


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    Thank you, all of my teachers. :)

    The whole story is here: http://www.thedailyfarce.com/nationa...ng_05200400029

    You may find it kind of interesting. :wink:

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