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Tongue twisters are silly poems that use very similar sounds. They’re especially popular with children, though it’s probably safe to say that there are a fair number of adults who enjoy them as well. They’re fun, they teach vocabulary, you can sound silly and nobody minds, and they illustrate the idea of alliteration.
Once upon a time… there was a Canadian boy living in China. While he was there, he met the love of his life; a beautiful and smart and caring Italian girl who later became his wife. During the first months together, there were countless evenings watching cheap DVDs that they’d pick up from some street vendor for next to nothing.
“You can get through life with bad manners, but it's easier with good manners.”
We’ve all been there at one time or another; walking towards a door with your hands full of grocery bags before it closes behind the person who just went through, having someone bump into you in a supermarket, or having the barista ignore your “thank you” after he slams down a cappuccino in front of you.
Be it friends, colleagues or a potential business partner, any time you’re writing an email, your main goal is to get your message across and ensure the recipient understands you. We can all agree that we probably text or email more than we talk face-to-face. In an age where we’ve become increasingly accustomed to this form of interaction, we often add our own personal emotions in our texts or emails; usually in the form of emojis, acronyms, slang, or even writing how we speak but “obvs, I dunno ‘bout you – LOL!” 🙂
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