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  • This is everyday grammar.

  • I'm and I'm the other day I was, like, so hungry and I was with friends.

  • So we decided to get a burger.

  • And my friend, he was all we know.

  • Burgers are healthy.

  • I want a salad.

  • And everyone was like, Just stop with your healthy food.

  • Live a little.

  • Yeah, I know what you mean.

  • I was craving junk food the other day as well, and my co worker was all No.

  • I can't eat junk food for lunch.

  • It's so unhealthy.

  • Anyway, we ended up getting some sushi.

  • Maybe we should talk about our lesson today.

  • Yeah, you're right.

  • And then we can go get burgers, deal and everyday conversation.

  • When Americans talk about speech or thoughts in the past, they sometimes use to strange structures be like and be all these are expressions that take the place of direct verbs such as say or think in these examples, I was like means I said everybody was like means everybody said, and he was all and my co worker was all takes the place of he said.

  • And my co worker said, Just remember that these structures are informal and generally not used in writing, but it is still useful to know them if you're ever listening to a native speaker and that's every day grammar.

This is everyday grammar.

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Everyday Grammar: Be Like, Be All

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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