Lost in translation

Learning a new language is difficult. Grammar rules and exceptions that make no sense, weird spelling, all of it. As someone who’s native tongue isn’t English, I should really be more understanding of the struggle that my students face every day. However, some of the incorrect phrases or simple errors I’ve seen genuinely put a smile on my face and make my day. So I have decided to share some of the wisdom and creativity of my kids.

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    Seriously people, stop it. Fireworks have feelings too
     
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    I personally feel the joke’s gone too far if someone is having an epileptic attack, but hey, it is April Fools
     
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    Bit of paranormal activity happening here
     
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    Apparently my cursive “D” in the word downtown looked like a “C” and “L”, thus Clown Town was born
     
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    The word was square as in town’s square. I mean, the kid’s not entirely wrong…
      
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    Safety first. * This one is from Emily’s students who are just as brilliant as mine*
     
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    I believe one of Hamlet’s lines was ‘That sandwich the will fatten’. Shakespearean words with a modern twist
     
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    This is not my students written work, however, it says that one of my 9th grader’s threw a banana at the wall infront of all his friends and the teacher. Monkeying around in the best possible way
     
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