Conversations

MICHAEL

Intish Standard English

Mr. Trayne walk into his class and see a new student (M) who be standing at the front of the room. Others in the class be Anne and Lisa.

Mr. Trayne walks into his class and sees a new student (M) who is standing at the front of the room. Others in the class are Anne and Lisa.
T:

Who be you?

T: Who are you?
M:

Michael, sir.

M: Michael, sir.
T:

Be that your family name?

T: Is that your family name?
M:

No, sir.

M: No, sir.
T:

Okay, young man, let me tell you something. In my class, we only use family names. Be that clear?

T: Okay, young man, let me tell you something. In my class, we only use family names. Is that clear?
M:

Yes, sir.

M: Yes, sir.
T:

Good. Now, have you getted a note to join this class?

T: Good. Now, have you got a note to join this class?
M:

Yes, sir. Here it be.

M: Yes, sir. Here it is.
T:

Thank you. I beedn’t informed about a new student. So you be Michael Love.

T: Thank you. I wasn’t informed about a new student. So you are Michael Love.
M:

Yes, sir.

M: Yes, sir.
T:

Well, there be a seat over there … Mike.

T: Well, there’s a seat over there … Mike.
M:

It would be more good if you call me Michael, sir.

M: It would be better if you call me Michael, sir.
T:

And it would be most good if you sit down now. All right, we have school holidays coming up soon. Will anyone be going anywhere?

T: And it would be best if you sit down now. All right, we have school holidays coming up soon. Will anyone be going anywhere?
L:

Where be you going, sir?

L: Where are you going, sir?
T:

I will visit my parents.

T: I will visit my parents.
A:

With your wife and childs?

A: With your wife and children?
T:

Yes, of course. My parents live about four hours from here.

T: Yes, of course. My parents live about four hours from here.
M:

My grandmother and grandfather live more far than that, sir.

M: My grandmother and grandfather live further than that, sir.
T:

Well, good for them. Anne, what be your plan for the holidays?

T: Well, good for them. Anne, what’s your plan for the holidays?
A:

Lisa and I will travel the most far, sir.

A: Lisa and I will travel the furthest, sir.
T:

Really? To where?

T: Really? To where?
L:

The sun.

L: The sun.
T:

Excuse me?

T: Excuse me?
A:

Lisa and I plan to fly to the sun, sir.

A: Lisa and I plan to fly to the sun, sir.
T:

That be … impossible.

T: That’s … impossible.
A:

No, sir. It be possible. Do you want to join us, Michael?

A: No, sir. It’s possible. Do you want to join us, Michael?
M:

Yeah. That sound great. My mother have often sayed that her sons be as bright as the sun.

M: Yeah. That sounds great. My mother has often said that her sons are as bright as the sun.
T:

Look, you three, haven’t it occurred to you that if you get anywhere near the sun, you will burn up?

T: Look, you three, hasn’t it occurred to you that if you get anywhere near the sun, you will burn up?
A:

Sir, we have fixed that problem.

A: Sir, we have fixed that problem.
T:

Really! How?

T: Really! How?
L:

We will go at night.

L: We will go at night.

 

THE AMAZING RIVER

Intish Standard English

Mrs. Yu be talking with her students David, Helen, and Peter.

Mrs. Yu is talking with her students David, Helen, and Peter.
Y:

Now today, I want to talk about rivers. Can someone tell me what be the most long river in Asia?

Y: Now today, I want to talk about rivers. Can someone tell me what is the longest river in Asia?
P:

It be the Amazing River, miss.

P: It’s the Amazing River, miss.
Y:

The what?

Y: The what?
P:

The Amazing River.

P: The Amazing River.
Y:

Peter, you don’t happen to mean the Amazon River, do you?

Y: Peter, you don’t happen to mean the Amazon River, do you?
P:

That be what I just sayed.

P: That’s what I just said.
Y:

Well, Peter, the Amazon River be in South America. Can someone else tell me?

Y: Well, Peter, the Amazon River is in South America. Can someone else tell me?
D:

The Mekong River, miss.

D: The Mekong River, miss.
Y:

No, it ben’t the Mekong, David. That be in Asia, but there be two rivers in Asia that be more long than the Mekong. The second most long river in Asia be the Yellow River in China, otherwise knowed as the Huang He. Now, which be the most long river in Asia?

Y: No, it isn’t the Mekong, David. That is in Asia, but there are two rivers in Asia that are longer than the Mekong. The second longest river in Asia is the Yellow River in China, otherwise known as the Huang He. Now, which is the longest river in Asia?
P:

The Amazing River, miss.

P: The Amazing River, miss.
H:

It be the Yangtze, miss.

H: It’s the Yangtze, miss.
Y:

At last! Thank you, Helen. Peter, I just sayed that the Amazon River be in South America.

Y: At last! Thank you, Helen. Peter, I just said that the Amazon River is in South America.
P:

I heared you, miss. It be also in Asia.

P: I heard you, miss. It’s also in Asia.
Y:

What? Peter, that be the most crazy thing that I have ever heared.

Y: What? Peter, that’s the craziest thing that I have ever heard.
P:

It be true, miss. That be why it be the Amazing River.

P: It’s true, miss. That’s why it’s the Amazing River.

 

HOMEWORK

Intish Standard English

Mrs. Zowt walk into her class and see that Ricky be asleep. Some others in the class be John and Nancy.

Mrs. Zowt walks into her class and sees that Ricky is asleep. Some others in the class are John and Nancy.
Z:

Good morning, class.

Z: Good morning, class.
All students except R: All students except R:

Good morning, miss.

Good morning, miss.
Z [loudly]: Z [loudly]:

Good morning, Ricky.

Good morning, Ricky.
R [waking up suddenly]: R [waking up suddenly]:

Where be I?

Where am I?
Z:

You be in my science class, Ricky. Why beed you sleeping?

Z: You’re in my science class, Ricky. Why were you sleeping?
R:

I beed up all night last night doing the homework that you setted yesterday, miss.

R: I was up all night last night doing the homework that you set yesterday, miss.
Z:

Up all night? Don’t be stupid, Ricky. I sayed yesterday that it be a piece of cake. And you be not to sleep at school in future. Be that clear?

Z: Up all night? Don’t be stupid, Ricky. I said yesterday that it’s a piece of cake. And you’re not to sleep at school in future. Is that clear?
R:

Yes, miss. I will only sleep at home.

R: Yes, miss. I will only sleep at home.
Z:

Good. Do you have your homework here?

Z: Good. Do you have your homework here?
R:

Yes, miss. And I will only study at school. Home be for relaxing.

R: Yes, miss. And I will only study at school. Home is for relaxing.
Z:

We will see about that. Nancy, do you have your homework here?

Z: We will see about that. Nancy, do you have your homework here?
N:

No, miss. I eated it because you sayed that it be a piece of cake. It doedn’t taste like cake, though.

N: No, miss. I ate it because you said that it’s a piece of cake. It didn’t taste like cake, though.
Z:

Be that the most good excuse that you can come up with? In fact, that be the most bad that I’ve heared for a long time. My four-year-old daughter could do more well than that.

Z: Is that the best excuse that you can come up with? In fact, that’s the worst that I’ve heard for a long time. My four-year-old daughter could do better than that.
N:

But it be true, miss.

N: But it’s true, miss.
Z:

Come off it, Nancy. My three-year-old son couldn’t do any more badly than that. Right, you can come back after school and do the homework then.

Z: Come off it, Nancy. My three-year-old son couldn’t do any worse than that. Right, you can come back after school and do the homework then.
N:

That be not fair, miss. I doed the homework already. I telled you that.

N: That’s not fair, miss. I did the homework already. I told you that.
Z:

Yes, you doed, Nancy, and if you have, it will be more easy to do it again.

Z: Yes, you did, Nancy, and if you have, it will be easier to do it again.
J:

Miss, may I ask a question?

J: Miss, may I ask a question?
Z:

Of course.

Z: Of course.
J:

Should students be in trouble for something that they doedn’t do?

J: Should students be in trouble for something that they didn’t do?
Z:

No, of course not. Why do you ask?

Z: No, of course not. Why do you ask?
J:

Because I doedn’t do the homework.

J: Because I didn’t do the homework.

 

THE NEW OFFICE

Intish Standard English

The school be growing, and new classrooms and offices have just beed builded. Mr. Trayne arrive at his office for the first time, and he sit behind the desk. Within a few minutes, someone knock at the door.

The school is growing, and new classrooms and offices have just been built. Mr. Trayne arrives at his office for the first time, and he sits behind the desk. Within a few minutes, someone knocks at the door.
T [picking up the phone]: T [picking up the phone]:

Come in!

Come in!

A lady (S) enter the office.

A lady (S) enters the office.
S:

Good morning, Mr. Trayne.

S: Good morning, Mr. Trayne.
T:

Yes, good morning. I will be with you in just one moment. [Talk into the phone] Sorry, what doed you say? … Oh, yes. Of course. Well, let me assure you that I don’t allow anyone to copy in any of my classes. I just sended for your son, and …

T: Yes, good morning. I will be with you in just one moment. [Talks into the phone] Sorry, what did you say? … Oh, yes. Of course. Well, let me assure you that I don’t allow anyone to copy in any of my classes. I just sent for your son, and …

Someone else knock at the door.

Someone else knocks at the door.
T:

Come in!

T: Come in!

Michael enter the office.

Michael enters the office.
M:

Do you want to see me, sir?

M: Do you want to see me, sir?
T:

Indeed I do, Love.

T: Indeed I do, Love.
S:

Perhaps I should come back more late.

S: Perhaps I should come back later.
T:

This will not take long.

T: This will not take long.
S:

Really? Love, indeed?

S: Really? Love, indeed?
T:

It be his family name. Now, Love, that beed your mother on the phone, and she ben’t happy.

T: It’s his family name. Now, Love, that was your mother on the phone, and she isn’t happy.
M:

Yes, I know, sir. We both want to know why I failed your test.

M: Yes, I know, sir. We both want to know why I failed your test.
T:

Simple. You copied.

T: Simple. You copied.
M:

No, sir! I never copy.

M: No, sir! I never copy.
S:

Excuse me, Mr. Trayne, but …

S: Excuse me, Mr. Trayne, but …
T:

Can you please wait? This be important.

T: Can you please wait? This is important.
S:

What I be here for be also important.

S: What I’m here for is also important.
T:

I be sure that it be, but this be more important.

T: I’m sure that it is, but this is more important.
M:

Why do you say that I copied?

M: Why do you say that I copied?
T:

Because you writed the same answers as George.

T: Because you wrote the same answers as George.
M:

That could be because we answered the same questions. What doed my mother say on the phone?

M: That could be because we answered the same questions. What did my mother say on the phone?
T:

She sayed that this be yet another crisis in a series of crisises that you have caused.

T: She said that this is yet another crisis in a series of crises that you have caused.
M:

No, sir. She would never have sayed that.

M: No, sir. She would never have said that.
T:

I be telling you, Love. That be what she just sayed on the phone.

T: I’m telling you, Love. That’s what she just said on the phone.
S:

Excuse me, Mr. Trayne …

S: Excuse me, Mr. Trayne …
T:

I will come to you soon. Just give me a few more minutes.

T: I will come to you soon. Just give me a few more minutes.
S [smiling]: S [smiling]:

With pleasure.

With pleasure.
M:

Sir, I doedn’t copy. I have no need to copy.

M: Sir, I didn’t copy. I have no need to copy.
T:

You be lying, Love.

T: You’re lying, Love.
S:

Mr. Trayne, I really must …

S: Mr. Trayne, I really must …
T:

Not now.

T: Not now.
S:

Yes, now. This boy be not lying. It be you who be lying.

S: Yes, now. This boy is not lying. It’s you who’s lying.
T:

And who the hell be you?

T: And who the hell are you?
S:

I be Emily Smith from the local telephone company, and I be here to connect this phone.

S: I’m Emily Smith from the local telephone company, and I’m here to connect this phone.

 

AN EXTRA DAY

Intish Standard English

Mrs. Yu be talking to her class which include David, Helen, and Peter.

Mrs. Yu is talking to her class which includes David, Helen, and Peter.
Y:

Do you have a question, David?

Y: Do you have a question, David?
D:

No, miss.

D: No, miss.
Y:

Then why be your hand up?

Y: Then why is your hand up?
D:

It be my birthday today, miss.

D: It’s my birthday today, miss.
Y:

Well, happy birthday, David. How old be you?

Y: Well, happy birthday, David. How old are you?
D:

I be fourteen, miss.

D: I’m fourteen, miss.
Y:

Well, I wish you … Just a minute. Today be February 29, and fourteen years ago, there beed no February 29. Today cannot be your birthday. Don’t you know what happen every four years? Obviously not. Who do? Yes, Helen.

Y: Well, I wish you … Just a minute. Today’s February 29, and fourteen years ago, there was no February 29. Today cannot be your birthday. Don’t you know what happens every four years? Obviously not. Who does? Yes, Helen.
H:

Earth go around the sun every 365¼ days, so in every four years, three have 365 days and one have 366 days. February 29 be that extra day.

H: Earth goes around the sun every 365¼ days, so in every four years, three have 365 days and one has 366 days. February 29 is that extra day.
Y:

Well doed, Helen. Just keep in mind that it be a little less than 365¼ days, so 1900 and 2100 don’t have the extra day.

Y: Well done, Helen. Just keep in mind that it’s a little less than 365¼ days, so 1900 and 2100 don’t have the extra day.
P:

Miss, I have a question. Do persons who have their birthday on February 29 only have it once every four years?

P: Miss, I have a question. Do people who have their birthday on February 29 only have it once every four years?
Y:

Interesting question. Actually …

Y: Interesting question. Actually …
P:

And the legal age to get a driver license be eighteen, right?

P: And the legal age to get a driver license is eighteen, right?
Y:

Yes, but …

Y: Yes, but …
P:

So anyone who be beared on February 29 ben’t allowed to drive until seventy-two years more late?

P: So anyone who’s born on February 29 isn’t allowed to drive until seventy-two years later?

 

SCIENCE

Intish Standard English

Mrs. Zowt be talking with her science class which include John, Nancy, and Ricky.

Mrs. Zowt is talking with her science class which includes John, Nancy, and Ricky.
Z:

Now, when you be on a moving train, what can you hear?

Z: Now, when you’re on a moving train, what can you hear?
R:

The noise of the wheels on the tracks, miss.

R: The noise of the wheels on the tracks, miss.
Z:

Right. What be the cause of that sound?

Z: Right. What’s the cause of that sound?
R:

The small spaces between the tracks.

R: The small spaces between the tracks.
Z:

Good. Why be there spaces between the tracks?

Z: Good. Why are there spaces between the tracks?
N:

Because on a hot day, if there beed no spaces, the tracks would bend, and the trains would go off the tracks.

N: Because on a hot day, if there were no spaces, the tracks would bend, and the trains would go off the tracks.
Z:

Very good, Nancy. Can anyone can give another example of how heat make things more big?

Z: Very good, Nancy. Can anyone can give another example of how heat makes things bigger?
J:

The day, miss.

J: The day, miss.
Z:

The day?

Z: The day?
J:

Yes, miss. The sun be more hot in summer than it be in winter, right?

J: Yes, miss. The sun is hotter in summer than it is in winter, right?
Z:

Yes. So?

Z: Yes. So?
J:

That be why the days be more long in summer than they be in winter.

J: That’s why the days are longer in summer than they are in winter.

 

THE DOG IN THE PARK

Intish Standard English

Mr. Trayne be walking through the town park when he see Mrs. Yu with a dog next to her. He walk over to her.

Mr. Trayne is walking through the town park when he sees Mrs. Yu with a dog next to her. He walks over to her.
T:

Mrs. Yu.

T: Mrs. Yu.
Y:

Mr. Trayne. What a surprise. Do you often come through here?

Y: Mr. Trayne. What a surprise. Do you often come through here?
T:

I always walk through the park on my way home from teaching.

T: I always walk through the park on my way home from teaching.
Y:

I admit that I don’t come here often. But it be a really nice day today.

Y: I admit that I don’t come here often. But it’s a really nice day today.
T: Yes, it certainly be. And that be a beautiful dog. T: Yes, it certainly is. And that’s a beautiful dog.
Y:

Yes, it be.

Y: Yes, it is.
T:

You must like dogs.

T: You must like dogs.
Y:

I like all animals, really. At home, I have one dog, two cats, four birds, and many fishes in a big tank.

Y: I like all animals, really. At home, I have one dog, two cats, four birds, and many fish in a big tank.
T:

I be wondering if you also have a cow and a horse at home. Tell me, do your dog bite?

T: I’m wondering if you also have a cow and a horse at home. Tell me, does your dog bite?
Y:

Well, no. My dog don’t bite.

Y: Well, no. My dog doesn’t bite.

T reach down to the dog, which jump at him and nearly bite him.

T reaches down to the dog, which jumps at him and nearly bites him.
T:

Hey! You sayed that your dog don’t bite.

T: Hey! You said that your dog doesn’t bite.
Y:

It don’t. This be not my dog.

Y: It doesn’t. This is not my dog.

 

PROJECTS

Intish Standard English

Mrs. Zowt be talking with her science class which include John, Nancy, and Ricky.

Mrs. Zowt is talking with her science class which includes John, Nancy, and Ricky.
Z:

Nancy, what be you doing for your science project?

Z: Nancy, what are you doing for your science project?
N:

I be working on something that will make me very rich, miss.

N: I’m working on something that will make me very rich, miss.
Z:

Oh? And what be that?

Z: Oh? And what’s that?
N:

It be stuff that can destroy everything.

N: It’s stuff that can destroy everything.
Z:

Everything?

Z: Everything?
N:

Yes, miss. You can pour this stuff onto whatever it be that you want to be rid of, and – hey! – it disappear.

N: Yes, miss. You can pour this stuff onto whatever it is that you want to be rid of, and – hey! – it disappears.
Z:

That be wonderful, Nancy, but I have one question. What do you plan to keep this stuff in?

Z: That’s wonderful, Nancy, but I have one question. What do you plan to keep this stuff in?
N:

In … Miss, I doedn’t think about that.

N: In … Miss, I didn’t think about that.
Z:

Well, it be back to the drawing board for you, Nancy. Ricky, why be you out of your seat?

Z: Well, it’s back to the drawing board for you, Nancy. Ricky, why are you out of your seat?
R:

This be my science project, miss. In this bottle, I have stuff that keep bears away. I’ve already poured some outside.

R: This is my science project, miss. In this bottle, I have stuff that keeps bears away. I’ve already poured some outside.
Z:

Ricky, I really hate to tell you this, but there be no bears around here.

Z: Ricky, I really hate to tell you this, but there are no bears around here.
R:

That be because of this stuff, miss. Can I pour some in here?

R: That’s because of this stuff, miss. Can I pour some in here?
Z:

No, Ricky. You should sit down and think about another project. And be quick about it. All projects be due at the end of this month.

Z: No, Ricky. You should sit down and think about another project. And be quick about it. All projects are due at the end of this month.
J:

Do you want to know what my project be, miss?

J: Do you want to know what my project is, miss?
Z:

Well, it couldn’t be any more bad than what I’ve heared so far. Could it?

Z: Well, it couldn’t be any worse than what I’ve heard so far. Could it?
J:

No, miss. It be something to keep ourselfs warm in winter.

J: No, miss. It’s something to keep ourselves warm in winter.
Z:

Oh, this should be good. A machine that make the days more long?

Z: Oh, this should be good. A machine that makes the days longer?
J:

Electric shirts, miss.

J: Electric shirts, miss.
Z:

Electric shirts. Well, now I be really looking forward to the end of this month.

Z: Electric shirts. Well, now I’m really looking forward to the end of this month.

 

EXPERIENCE

Intish Standard English

In his history class, Mr. Trayne be talking about the Second World War. Some members of the class be Anne, Lisa, and Michael.

In his history class, Mr. Trayne is talking about the Second World War. Some members of the class are Anne, Lisa, and Michael.
A:

What doed you do what during that war, sir?

A: What did you do what during that war, sir?
T:

Oh, Anne, that be a long time ago. 1939 to 1945? I beedn’t around then.

T: Oh, Anne, that’s a long time ago. 1939 to 1945? I wasn’t around then.
M:

Have you ever goed into the military, sir?

M: Have you ever gone into the military, sir?
T:

Yes, Michael, for two years. Before that, I worked with a building company to put myself through college. It beed hard work, and it maked me strong.

T: Yes, Michael, for two years. Before that, I worked with a building company to put myself through college. It was hard work, and it made me strong.
M:

You beedn’t strong before that, sir?

M: You weren’t strong before that, sir?
T:

Actually, I beed the most strong in my class before I started that job, and I doed body building when I beed in college. It don’t stop there. I kicked the most goals during three football seasons in a row, I winned many general knowledge contests, I visited more than a hundred countries, and there be many more things that I could mention.

T: Actually, I was the strongest in my class before I started that job, and I did body building when I was in college. It doesn’t stop there. I kicked the most goals during three football seasons in a row, I won many general knowledge contests, I visited more than a hundred countries, and there are many more things that I could mention.
M:

Beed you good at fighting before your military days, sir?

M: Were you good at fighting before your military days, sir?
T:

Of course. And I havedn’t losed a match when I beed in the military.

T: Of course. And I hadn’t lost a match when I was in the military.
L [quietly to Anne]: L [quietly to Anne]:

He probably never haved a match in the military.

He probably never had a match in the military.
A:

Beed you good-looking when you beed young, sir?

A: Were you good-looking when you were young, sir?
T:

Yes, I beed even more good-looking than I be now.

T: Yes, I was even more good-looking than I am now.
L [quietly to Anne]: L [quietly to Anne]:

That wouldn’t be difficult.

That wouldn’t be difficult.
T:

All the girls in the town wanted to go out with me.

T: All the girls in the town wanted to go out with me.
L [quietly to Anne]: L [quietly to Anne]:

Yeah, both of them.

Yeah, both of them.
T:

Lisa, what doed you just say?

T: Lisa, what did you just say?
L:

It seem that you beed around during the Second World War, sir.

L: It seems that you were around during the Second World War, sir.
T:

Oh? Why do you say that?

T: Oh? Why do you say that?
L:

With all of these experiences, you must be at least a hundred years old.

L: With all of these experiences, you must be at least a hundred years old.

 

AT THE PUB

Intish Standard English

There be a big crowd at the local pub. Mrs. Yu and Mrs. Zowt be sitting at a table, and two mans (Q and I) be standing near the table.

There’s a big crowd at the local pub. Mrs. Yu and Mrs. Zowt be sitting at a table, and two men (Q and I) are standing near the table.
Z:

I think that these two cannot find a spare table. Should we ask them to join us?

Z: I think that these two cannot find a spare table. Should we ask them to join us?
Y:

Sure. Why not?

Y: Sure. Why not?
Z:

Excuse me, gentlemans, would you like to join us?

Z: Excuse me, gentlemen, would you like to join us?
Q:

Well, that be very kind. Thank you.

Q: Well, that’s very kind. Thank you.

The mans sit down at the table.

The men sit down at the table.
Q:

By the way, I be Quinton, and this be my son Ian.

Q: By the way, I’m Quinton, and this is my son Ian.
I:

It be very nice to meet you.

I: It’s very nice to meet you.
Z:

I be Angela.

Z: I’m Angela.
Y:

And I be Betty. Would you like a beer?

Y: And I’m Betty. Would you like a beer?
Q:

No, thanks. I tried alcohol once; doedn’t like it. Son, can you get me an orange juice?

Q: No, thanks. I tried alcohol once; didn’t like it. Son, can you get me an orange juice?
I [standing]: I [standing]:

Yes, Dad. [To the ladies] Can I get you something?

Yes, Dad. [To the ladies] Can I get you something?
Z:

We be fine, thanks. As a matter of fact, we be about to order our meals. The steak here be very good.

Z: We’re fine, thanks. As a matter of fact, we ’re about to order our meals. The steak here is very good.
Q:

I tried steak once; doedn’t like it. Son, get me the usual.

Q: I tried steak once; didn’t like it. Son, get me the usual.
I:

You mean fish and chips.

I: You mean fish and chips.
Q:

What else do I eat when we be out?

Q: What else do I eat when we ’re out?
I:

Yes, Dad.

I: Yes, Dad.
Z:

Hang on, Ian. I will come with you. Betty, steak and vegetables?

Z: Hang on, Ian. I will come with you. Betty, steak and vegetables?
Y:

Yes, please. And another beer. [After they go] Quinton, would you like to play pool after we eat?

Y: Yes, please. And another beer. [After they go] Quinton, would you like to play pool after we eat?
Q:

I tried to play pool once; doedn’t like it. You could ask my son.

Q: I tried to play pool once; didn’t like it. You could ask my son.
Y:

I will. Here he be.

Y: I will. Here he is.
I:

Dad, they don’t have any fish.

I: Dad, they don’t have any fish.
Q:

What? Why be they continuing to do this? Right, you stay here.

Q: What? Why are they continuing to do this? Right, you stay here.
I:

Sure, Dad. I will have steak and chips. And a beer.

I: Sure, Dad. I will have steak and chips. And a beer.

Q stand and go.

Q stands and goes.
I:

I love it when he get angry.

I: I love it when he gets angry.
Y:

Ian, be you his only child?

Y: Ian, are you his only child?
I:

Yes. Why?

I: Yes. Why?
Z:

Just curious.

Z: Just curious.

 
 

This page beed updated in 2018 Apr 18 and use only the common words.