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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    You're welcome m'love; I doubt it.
    I'm studying English Language at uni...
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    (Original post by greeneyedgirl)
    I'm studying English Language at uni...
    This breaks the six word rule but this doesn't mean you are good at English. I know a girl doing English at some random university who once posted a couple of FB statuses about hating people with poor grammar/spelling, and these statuses had upwards of 10 simple mistakes. When pointed out she deleted and re-posted the statuses still with mistakes, which I again pointed out. She did the same again and I pointed out the mistakes that remained to which she said she had "put it through an online checker" and thus it must be correct. Needless to say she didn't see why it was all so amusing to everyone else and one of her friends messaged me saying it amused her as well.

    Point of the story: studying something doesn't make you good at it. XD

    Back to six words:

    You so should have chosen Literature.
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    Lol, you climaxed at the end
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    This breaks the six word rule but this doesn't mean you are good at English. I know a girl doing English at some random university who once posted a couple of FB statuses about hating people with poor grammar/spelling, and these statuses had upwards of 10 simple mistakes. When pointed out she deleted and re-posted the statuses still with mistakes, which I again pointed out. She did the same again and I pointed out the mistakes that remained to which she said she had "put it through an online checker" and thus it must be correct. Needless to say she didn't see why it was all so amusing to everyone else and one of her friends messaged me saying it amused her as well.

    Point of the story: studying something doesn't make you good at it. XD

    Back to six words:

    You so should have chosen Literature.
    I chose Literature, I swapped course.



    I prefer studying Language as I feel I get much more knowledge, plus it covers Literature and History as well (my two other favourite subjects). I really enjoy the study of how English has changed over time, find phonetics fascinating, plus have recently studied a great module on conversation. Literature on the other hand I've found dry and boring, with much repetition and very poor lecturers (in some cases), and thus Language is what piques my interest and hence my degree.
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    (Original post by greeneyedgirl)
    I chose Literature, I swapped course.



    I prefer studying Language as I feel I get much more knowledge, plus it covers Literature and History as well (my two other favourite subjects). I really enjoy the study of how English has changed over time, find phonetics fascinating, plus have recently studied a great module on conversation. Literature on the other hand I've found dry and boring, with much repetition and very poor lecturers (in some cases), and thus Language is what piques my interest and hence my degree.
    Study what you enjoy. I have plenty of books on Language stuff, but prefer Literature. To be honest I don't really care what I study as I could have studied many things with equal proficiency and interest: Politics (what I originally applied for), History, Philosophy, Law, Sociology etetc . I chose this because it is the subject I knew I would be able to do no work for and still do fine in. I've not been to any lectures so can't comment. :mmm:

    Language is indeed diachronic :yes:.
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    (Original post by CB91)
    What is this I don't even.
    That is technically seven words, mate.

    :o:
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Study what you enjoy. I have plenty of books on Language stuff, but prefer Literature. To be honest I don't really care what I study as I could have studied many things with equal proficiency and interest: Politics (what I originally applied for), History, Philosophy, Law, Sociology etetc . I chose this because it is the subject I knew I would be able to do no work for and still do fine in. I've not been to any lectures so can't comment. :mmm:

    Language is indeed diachronic :yes:.
    Have you read Melyvn Bragg's book?

    It is well worth a read

    I can do no work for Language.

    The same is true for Lit.

    And for my Sociology modules too!

    I do no work, it's amazing!
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    That is technically seven words, mate.

    :o:
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    (Original post by CB91)
    :hmmm:
    That is not six words, mate. :hand:
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    (Original post by greeneyedgirl)
    Have you read Melyvn Bragg's book?

    It is well worth a read

    I can do no work for Language.

    The same is true for Lit.

    And for my Sociology modules too!

    I do no work, it's amazing!
    I have not, but I might.

    I mean literally none, except essays.

    Essays that take one/two hours.

    I also mean no lectures/classes.

    If you're actually the same then -

    Wehey for the both of us
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    I have not, but I might.

    I mean literally none, except essays.

    Essays that take one/two hours.

    I also mean no lectures/classes.

    If you're actually the same then -

    Wehey for the both of us
    You should read it, it's awesome!

    Plus it talks about my lecturer!

    Who I properly stalk; it's creepy!

    I do my essays on time.

    20% attendance for Literature and Sociology.

    Mainly attend to see my friends!

    But if I'm sleepy, no way!
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    ***** in kitchen, wheres my chicken.

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    (Original post by Crazy Paving)
    That is not six words, mate. :hand:
    IMO, a contraction is one word.
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    IMO, a contraction is one word.
    For ****'s sake, be quiet, Paddy,
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    Once upon a time. The end.
    Son of a ... you stole my story! I used to tell that one to my little brother when he was very tiny - I'm taking you to court!

    By the way, I pos'd azn-wonder91.
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    (Original post by greeneyedgirl)
    You should read it, it's awesome!

    Plus it talks about my lecturer!

    Who I properly stalk; it's creepy!

    I do my essays on time.

    20% attendance for Literature and Sociology.

    Mainly attend to see my friends!

    But if I'm sleepy, no way!
    I consider this good work ethic.

    Link me to the book then.

    I will consider buying it soon.

    When I am not so poor.

    XD
 
 
 
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