Come on Tyrone.. .. I have no idea what situation or test this could possibly exist in or for. Do Americans have "sentence re-arranging" classes or something? Come on Tyrone I have no idea what situation or test this could possibly exist in for Do Americans "sentence re-arranging" classes something?
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - Welshhobo
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I have no idea what situation or test this could possibly exist in or for. Do Americans have "sentence re-arranging" classes or something?
I have no idea what situation or test this could possibly exist in or for. Do Americans have "sentence re-arranging" classes or something?
User avatar #9 to #4 - joshlol
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VIVIAN!!!
User avatar #13 to #4 - hawkwind
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god dammit this gif gets me every time
User avatar #23 to #4 - kikisu
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We had to do that in my classes when the other kids were ******** and used passive sentences too much. Yeah they're ok, but it many cases the active it better. It puts more blame and emphasis on who's do the action than on what's being done. Like instead of "The taxes were raised," you may say "Mayor McCheese raised taxes," placing the blame on the mayor.
User avatar #16 to #4 - anweledig
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I think the test comes from another country because I live in France and we have tests like this one (in 10/11th grade).
#19 to #4 - screaming
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It looks like more of an English class worksheet than a test, if I'm honest. Here in the UK, we'd have worksheets like this in lessons sometimes on rearranging sentences properly so we could vary our sentence structure when it came to creative/descriptive writing tests.
User avatar #22 to #19 - Welshhobo
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I never had that
#15 to #4 - bronywhat
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**** son where did you go to school? Maybe if you were American you'd recognize a worksheet on active voice vs passive voice. I'm German and I still got it.
#5 to #4 - mattymattwithahat
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Maybe it's for foreigners trying to learn English?
User avatar #21 to #5 - Welshhobo
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That actually makes sense. I never did anything like this in school and i took English lang. and lit. up to A Level standard...
#6 to #4 - shdwlnk
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the questions are about active versus passive sentence structure. in speech and writing, its better to use active (tyrone dunked the basketball) instead of passive (the basketball was dunked by tyrone).
User avatar #17 to #6 - daentraya
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Unless it's a story about a basketballs adventure. Since the basketball is first mentioned, it puts more focus on the basketball being dunked than the fact that someone named tyrone dunked it. **** tyrone, i want a story about a basketball game from a basketballs perspective
User avatar #1 - xmacleodx
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Really? 67 likes and not a single person questions the fact the question above is about someone getting hit in the head with a random ******* limb?
User avatar #3 to #1 - braveblue
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How **** why would they write about someone getting hit with a limb?
User avatar #2 to #1 - derkarus
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I just assumed it was a tree branch.
#14 - donaldducksdick
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**donaldducksdick rolled a random image posted in comment #3241696 at Friendly ** How Tyrone resolves this
User avatar #18 to #14 - kristovsky
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Thairone
User avatar #10 - highhopes
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Bell did NOT invent the telephone, God dammit!!
#11 to #10 - anon id: 640b9cf5
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bell was much like edison. poor inventer invents, scum comes along steals idea and plans -> profit.
**** bell, get it together
#12 - jonnyfunk
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**jonnyfunk rolled a random image posted in comment #5699514 at Bronysexuals **

tfw you found out Tyrone is an irish name
www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/1/Tyrone
User avatar #20 to #12 - silversea
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I'll have you know that black people and Irish people had to share lodgings during the slavery period. As such they started to share cultures. Lebron Is an Irish name. Tyrone is an Irish name. But they were passed from the drunk people to the *******.
User avatar #7 - sheeittyrone
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I'm sorry
#8 - broniesarestupid
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repost, you phagging phaggot