Ladyvenus, would it be offensive if I asked your nationality. You have a curious way of using the English language though you are understandable. Good luck on getting a laptop which will seem more personable.
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter 8 months ago
Is poor parenting the reason children don't value education?Are the growing number of absentee parents and uneducated parents the reasons most children in urban schools do not value education?
by Catherine Mostly 21 months ago
Reason for Hillary supporters to (eventually) celebrate: realizations will inspire which changes?I've got a couple hot election questions going; but it is true that 'life goes on' and we've learned a LOT about the views of our neighbors & people across our country. One thing, we're more...
by Don Bobbitt 2 years ago
OK, This is a rant. But, really people! If you want to present yourself to the world using your writings, then at least take the time to use good grammar with what you write.And, you bleeding hearts who want to pity the persons who writes unintelligible garbage here on HP, just shut up, will...
by meow48 7 years ago
What is the correct term? British or English? Scot or Scottish?okay, this may be rather silly, but to the folks from england, do you prefer to called British or English???? The same question to those from Scotland, is it Scot or Scottish?? thanks for your participation ahead...
by kimberlyslyrics 6 years ago
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by WorkAtHomeMums 6 years ago
If a hub is written in poor English should it be flagged? How bad is bad? If it reads ok but to a native speaker is broken english do you flag it or is that being petty?
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