why broken english no good for question

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  1. terced ojos profile image58
    terced ojosposted 8 years ago

    why broken english no good for question

    why english very bad broken

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    ieifoodposted 8 years ago

    Not 100% sure what the question is here, but if the question is: Why is bad English bad for asking questions? Well, then i can only say that it might be a bit more difficult to understand such questions, making the answering process harder.

  3. SteveoMc profile image72
    SteveoMcposted 8 years ago

    Broken questions often are the result of broken English.

  4. Lucy D profile image57
    Lucy Dposted 8 years ago

    hahaha this is fun, broken english is way tooo hard to make sense of, mostly, well that is, sometimes well maybe- always. Urmm come to think of it English is just hard.

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    nomadicasianposted 8 years ago

    well I think broken English is not a problem in asking question, the most important is that the question in broken English is understandable.

  6. MickS profile image70
    MickSposted 8 years ago

    Do you mean the way your question is worded?
    Mainly because it doesn't make sense, it has no capitals, no punctuation, and really, it isn't a question, it is two statements:
    The first leads us to believe that you are going to give a reason why broken English is no good for a question.
    The second, leads us to believe that you are going to give a reason why broken English is bad.
    You haven't delivered in either case.
    Putting a why, etc, into a sentence, doesn't automatically make it a question, it needs the question mark at the end.  Putting a question mark at the end of a statement doesn't make it a question, it is just poor use of the punctuation mark.

  7. terced ojos profile image58
    terced ojosposted 8 years ago


    I'm laughing so hard at your answers to this "bad english" question that I'm going to pee on myself...


    stop....staaaaap it..........aaaarggghghghghghghghaaaarrrghghgh....

    It's funny how the limitations of the printed or typed word; void of tone or inflection do not communicate sarcasm...

    I wrote this question after reading some questions here on hubpages that were in really bad broken english...I thought they were funny...sooooo I thought I'd experiment with writing my own.....LMAO.....

    I didn't think you guys would take it seriously.....this is really funny.....

  8. Faceless39 profile image94
    Faceless39posted 7 years ago

    Because it's hard to understand what you're saying.


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