Richard Armitage and Victorian sentences

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~ by Servetus on February 11, 2016.

9 Responses to “Richard Armitage and Victorian sentences”

  1. Lindo!!! Lindo!!! Lindooooooo!!!!

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  2. German speciality too: run-on sentences 😀

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  3. That is adorably” geeky.” An English teacher I work with always gets excited about sentence structure and iambic pentameter and the like. I find it so endearing, and the high schoolers do too (though not many would admit it openly ). I love people with passion for their work!

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  4. Yay, someone who knows the difference between a colon and a semi-colon – and between a comma and a semi-colon – I just adore that.
    So many of my students, just don’t get it. Somehow they only know the function of a full stop. I can get really nerdy about it.

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  5. I love how he says ‘holding those balls and corrects himself’ makes me want to giggle.
    6 hours in, its very good but so sad I just want to hug DC

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