As most of you know I am getting married to him
this fall. I'm so excited.
That's all I'm going to say for now. I might update later.
this is Jamie updating for Erin cause she's a loser and won't do it herself. Also, Erin won't ever get on and she doesn't plan on it.
So, yeah, I am not really sure how this whole thing works, but I was told to post something, so here it goes...in my history and social foundations of education class the other day we were talking about how the Oakland Elementary School in California said that they were going to start teaching Ebonics as a language. I wasn't really sure about this until the professor defined language, which is varying syntax. He went on to talk about the varying syntax and said that when people say "He lookin good" that it is a different tense than "he be lookin good". He said that "He lookin good" was the present progressive, meaning a temporary condition, and that "He be lookin good" was somthing I don't remember, but that it was a permenant condition. I am wondering if people think this is true, because I honestly had no idea if it is. He said in the lecture that when people use the word "be" in that sense it changes the meaning and that it isn't just tossed in there. Again I say, I had no idea:-)...