when your english prof writes "this was a real good paper" on your essay, you know you're at the wrong college
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2:08, it's about improper use of ADVERBS, not good/well. "Real good" should be "really good."
Roflrofl, reppin' the 905! Hundred bucks says this was Mohawk.
Niagara College. No question.
@2:08 it would have been more correct to say "very good" rather than "real good"
it wasn't the "good" part that was wrong
Wow. Hope you didn't pay much for those 4 credits...
Everyone else explained it far more concisely, 2:23, but thanks for playing.
That's actually okay grammar. People do well, things do good; "how are you doing = well" "how's the soup = good". As for using 'real' or 'really' in this usage it is just a stylistic thing. It's being used as an emphatic. If I were you I wouldn't look a gift horse in the mouth, be thankful you got a real high score, and continue to get good grades.
funny how people like fighting over grammar here
Oh Oshawa <3
This is exactly why I left...
@2:08 "real" is an adjective. "really" is an adverb. It's not a matter of style. "real" is not correct in this context because "real" is describing "good", which does not follow conventional English grammar. Given the context, the sentence could be rephrased, "this was a genuine or true good paper", which doesn't really make sense grammatically or semantically. The usage of "good" as opposed to "well" is a similar issue.
SLOWHAWK for sure. Glad I got the fuck out of Hamilton.
7:48, experiment with language on your resume, next job interview, or any professional document. See how far that gets you in life. Have the balls to learn how to speak and write correctly.
this is totally Niagara College!!!
I dropped out because I tried to argue with my english teacher that "alphabeticaltize" was not a word.
8:17, I don't think your grammar is any well.
yeahhh... durham college
Maybe the professor was making fun of you....possibly...
ahahahahah IT HAS TO BE DURHAM COLLEGE!
you walk in waving a twenty dollar bill and they'll take you there. what a joke.
1:51, it's obviously funny for reasons beyond your brain capacity
at least you`re doing good lol
11:19 go suck a dick. It's you're not your. And he was joking because well didn't work at the end of that sentence, like the previous guy said. You're.. Yes you're (you are) a dumbass.
I believe it is spelled "spelled," 728.
get of this website and get a fucking life.... PLEASE the shit on here is starting to suck anyway!
11:19 - pretty sure they were making a joke. So calm yourself, fool.
It's informal. You don't even know if it was your professor or TA who graded them, and perhaps neither was paying too close attention anyway.
Real can be used as an adverb in informal speech to mean "very." It isn't good to use it on a resume, or in an essay (or when grading an essay...), but there isn't anything grammatically wrong with it.
HA! That's hilarious.
Why are people so bitchy about grammar? Have the balls to experiment and enjoy language.
I don't know guys. Apart from the fact that the person called it a college this could easily been Brock University. 905 is the area code for the Niagara Region as well. Seriously, if you can walk and talk, you can go to Brock.
which school is this?
Mah brain just explodeded
9:36, I'm glad your a grammer expert, "your grammer isn't any well"... Really? Dumbass.
@2:15 you basically said what 2:16 did
buttsecks buttsecks buttsecks
WTF how is this funny at all? Fuck the OP.
Challenge to Mohawk. I vote Sheridan first year communications.
hehehe Grammer... Asshole.
ahaha Sheridan College...and then a guy ragging on Sheridan because he goes to Humber...Queen's baby, represent the upper echelon of learning in Canada. fuckers
always end a sentence with well, not good.
3:58-- people can't fight with fists, so might as well flaunt your superiority with education... Which is most likely just something you picked up at some party.
7:48, that is the most assinine thing I've ever read. I'm sure you'll go really far in this world.
i believe it's spelt "grammar", 7:27.
Now you have no excuse to graduate with perfect grades