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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 11:28am On Feb 05, 2017
famosh:

At least, you already know you were silly for running to Google to prove that you typed crap in "conversate." Now let's let that slide.
"Does the word conversate not SERVED IT purpose..." Seriously, what school did you attend? Who types this?
werey.....Even when your link says what conversate means you still stupiddly want to be relevant. hahahahahahah

Oh since your new way of earning cheap point is by picking out mistakes, check out your own words above then, I guess it's allowed in your own STANDARD English cheesy grin cheesy grin grin
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 11:12am On Feb 05, 2017
famosh:

Goat! Can't you see it reads "NON STANDARD" in YOUR OWN screenshot? Or you don't know the meaning of non standard again? Are you this stupid? Didn't you read a part in the same link where it is called a non word? What school did you attend?
Olodo!
fooooooool hahahahahahah cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy I guess I was writing a textbook when I typed it here on nairaland? Oh I forgot, I was making a presentation, grin grin no no no, I was being interviewed here when I typed it? Oh yes I forgot all the words you've typed here on nairaland are all STANDARD English cheesy cheesy

Does the word conversate not served it purpose when I used it? can you see how you're making foool of yourself mumu,

You're just despirate looking for cheap means of earning point in other to base your stupidd argument on it.

I'm waiting for the next one though tongue Mr stupiddity oya gbera!!! grin
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 10:29am On Feb 05, 2017
famosh:

Olodo! I knew the animal was going to come up with the Google it can't even use. Now let me educate you: The fact that words or slangs are defined by some website on the internet doesn't mean it is correct; it, many times, means aknowlegement of its usage, whether rightly or wrongly. Now, dullard, this is the full text of one of the links which you deliberately refused to fully screenshot.




"con-ver- sate
[kon -ver-seyt]
verb (used without object), conversated,
conversating. Nonstandard except in some
dialects.
1.
to have a conversation; converse; talk.
Origin of conversate Expand
1970-75; back formation from conversation
Word story Expand
The use of conversate has soared since 2000,
mostly in speech and in written records of
speech. The term is a back formation from
conversation, created by dropping the suffix -ion,
and adding -e, to produce a verb form.
Since it has essentially the same meaning as the
more common and frequently used verb converse,
the term conversate has been condemned in
some circles as an unnecessary nonword. And,
because the term occurs mostly among Blacks
and Latinos, some discussions have become
heated and impassioned, turning the word into a
badge (both positive and negative) of a person’s
class and education.
Conversate reminds us that discussions about
modern English must take into account the
different types of English spoken in our diverse
culture, rather than fixating on “correct” formal
usage. When all is said and done, however, the
term broadly remains nonstandard English."


www.dictionary.com/browse/conversating
hahahahahahah here we have our 1st prove from Mr stupiddity, and what does the definition says again?? This dullard will stop at nothing to disgrace himself,

What does the definition say? Is it not acceptable to be used here on nairaland(an informal platform) does the definition says it doesn't meaning conversation?


The joke is on you dumb-ass. Oya drop your next line of stupiddity

Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 9:51am On Feb 05, 2017
famosh:


Block head, it is "conversing," and not "conversating." I'm sure you'll blame forbidden words on Nairaland for that again. If you don't know this, even with Google, then how will you comprehend more complex stuffs? You're just too dull!
next line of stupiddity pls tongue

Phones / Re: How A Little-known Brand Conquered African Mobile Phone Market. by Rozaay: 9:25am On Feb 05, 2017
funmyade:


Is that a yardstick now?
go find out what gsmarena is then you'll know if it's a yardstick or not
Phones / Re: How A Little-known Brand Conquered African Mobile Phone Market. by Rozaay: 9:24am On Feb 05, 2017
omoalajah:
The TECNO brand is now a global brand
which yeye global brand, just say it's a "continental brand" Tecno that's not even top 20 in it country of origin tongue
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 9:09am On Feb 05, 2017
famosh:

Are people actually seeing how stupid & dumb this guy is? You just jump from one issue to the other & I understand! It's simply because you are plain stupid & mentally deranged! Everyone knows many English words have origins from different languages & they are already accepted as STANDARD WRITTEN ENGLISH. NOBODY has put gonna or wanna as standard written English. Only dullards like you use them in written English when even the the screenshot you stupidly rushed to post clearly states that they, just like "fadalud," "issorait" & "issokay" which are obviously gotten from English words, are reductions while SPEAKING, & are not to be used when writing. But it's okay, because you're obviously too stupid to comprehend that.
idioooooooot stop hammering informal English as written English, it was segregated mainly for vocal conversation with the aim of passing a message across to your friend in any understandable way.

An average human will only write an informal letter in exam 1-3 times in his or her life time, now name where else informal English are written coz you keep on saying written like that's the primary purpose of informal English.

I even explained it to you earlier that:

Formal is for writing officially
Semi-formal is for addressing people officially
Informal is for coversating with friends and families....So this your informal written where is it done biko

Mumu.....Drop your next line of stupiddity for us to see here I'm loving this grin
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 8:29am On Feb 05, 2017
famosh:

And there he goes again, copying & pasting what the animal doesn't understand!
You're just an imbe! Who said that to you? Are you blind? Even though you're really stupid, can't you comprehend even simplest sentences again? I told you they are nonexisting words, not they are coined from nonexisting words. You're just so dumb. They are coined the same way "adonbilivit," "fadalud," "issorait" and "issokay" are coined; they are called reductions. They are common in natural speech. Written reduced forms in advertisements, songs, personal writing, reflect natural spoken language. They are NOT standard written English. The screenshot you ignorantly posted even says "reductions when SPEAKING..." and not when writing! Dunce!
I knew you were going to appear with another dead point

I've been on wanna and ganna right?

Now see what you wrote below:
so because it is called informal writing, then I can just coin any nonexistent English word & use, right? so I asked you are both point not coined from an English language or didn't you even think before typing the above sentence?

I'm sure your dumb brain never even knew numerous standard English words were gotten from other languages like Greek, Latin etc so if a standard English word like "Chemistry" could be gotten from Ancient Egypt then why can't an informal word be coined from other languages mumu....The more you quote me the more I prove your stupiddity.

Idioot....Oya give me your next line of stupiddity
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 7:20am On Feb 05, 2017
famosh:

Block head, so because it is called informal writing, then I can just coin any nonexistent English word & use, right? So I can even use Yoruba and English words in a sentence because it is called informal writing, right? Seriously, You're brain dead, my brother!
gonna and wanna were coined from a nonexisting English words right?

Animal, is the joke not on you now.... I rang it out to you to stop but the huge for showcasing your stupiddity was just all over you now how did it end up for you?

I know you'll look for another excuse to prove that you're truly dull...So I'm listening

Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 12:46am On Feb 05, 2017
famosh:

My brother, you foolish no be small! You keep dishing out crap after crap! Does this make sense to you? You're just complicating things for your dull self. You don't even have sense!
To make it easier: During WAEC, when you want to write informal letter, you'll use slangs/"text" speech like "gonna," "wanna," or "cos," right? Stupid somebody!
is exam the only form of writing?? Is this your dullness natural or spiritual coz you keep orbiting around exam as if it's the only form of writing informal English,

how many time does an average human write informal letter in an exam in his or her lifetime?

I'm sure your dull brain don't know typing here on nairaland is an electronic form of writing.....The joke is on you mumu
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 11:34pm On Feb 04, 2017
famosh:

My brother, you're a waste of sperm! What is the difference between gonna, issorait & adonbilivit? Are they not derived in the same way? So you don't know how gonna & wanna were derived? Gonna is an ATTEMPT to represent the casual pronunciation of "going to." You don't use it in any form of writing. It's not a real word. Even the second screenshot you posted & couldn't comprehend because of your block head says "reductions when SPEAKING...," not writing. Since you're a dunce, just tell someone close to you there to help you use Google to find out if "gonna" is a real word & if you can use it in any form of writing. Goat!
I'm very sure when writing a letter to your friend or chatting with a friend, he or she is probably gonna jail you for using those words mumu, keep on revolving around your stupiddity.

English language is divided into 3

Formal for writing official textbooks, presentationss etc

Semi-formal is for interacting with people officially

Informal is used interacting with friends/families, chatting online etc(meaning this particular form of English was segregated for talking alone) the most important part of the speech is to pass a message across in anyway it can be understandable to the other party

But here's the national foool of the year who's policing how informal English should never be penned down.....Mumu keep on showing your old man wasted his money on you.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 11:11pm On Feb 04, 2017
kabrud:


But he asked one question which u did not answer. Can u use 'gonna' and 'wanna' in an exam involving informal writing such as letter writing?
and you forgot to see it as it is mostly used in spoken English usually with friends, or during chats in the above screenshots right? Or the only form of writing is exam?

Here's another screenshot for you! If you're asked to write an informal letter to your friend, will it be wrong for you to use "wanna" and "gonna"

Or don't you see those words being used in novels when narrating or is novel not another form of writing?

Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 9:51pm On Feb 04, 2017
famosh:

Another excuse for his illiteracy!
You're the goat who has made no sense since morning trying to tell us that words like "gonna," "wanna," "adonbilivit," "fadalud," "issorait," and "issokay" are real words. You, cretin, are also telling us "am" and "I'm" mean the same thing. Honestly, you're very unintelligent!
stop being stupidd by looking for any ravaging means to be relevant, coz you're not and you'll never be. I never stated adonbilivit, fadalud, issorait and issokay any example here, I clearly stated gonna and wanna as my examples several times and since you can't provide any sensible prove to back your dead point other than jumping from pillar to post, them I'll agree you've been a mistake to be on this planet in the first instance. so this your cheap ways of earning points is only revealing the height of your stupiddity the more.

And yes I stated I'm and Am to mean the same thing in informal English, so if you don't have a better opinion to back your claim then look for a rope and hand yourself already.
It's not my fault that you're a capital failure for not knowing what formal, semi-formal and informal English grammars despite the numerous notable website that wouldn't cost you anything to visit for more insight on what you failed to know at your elementary level you'll rather come here and disgrace your father.

He really wasted money o, I'm just feeling pity for him
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 7:41pm On Feb 04, 2017
famosh:

Dullard, they're not words, in the first place. You claim you know how to use Google, yet, you can't even use it to get the correct spelling of "stupidity." I'm sure you'll soon foolishly post a screenshot showing that "stupiddity" is correct. Mumu! You're such a disgrace to even stupid people!
see this national foool, they're sentences Na not words, you're just striving to make sense hence you keep on spreading your stupiddity over this thread

Idiott, so you don't know why words like stupiddity are sensored on nairaland, when you get blocked you'll know why then. Why am I even replying this foool sef.

Stop quoting me, your points has been irrelevant so far. Stay away biko
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 5:36pm On Feb 04, 2017
famosh:

Once again, my brother, you're even stupider than I thought. So you'll also classify words like "Issorait," "adonbilivit," "fadalud," "issokay" as English words because you use them while chatting, right? Or did you use such words, including "gonna" & "wanna" when you were writing informal letters in high school? Mumu.
Don't be quick to jump on Google to copy & paste what you don't understand here! Go & find out the difference between proper contractions & informal contractions. Dunce!!!
Despite several screenshot that has been uploaded here for you to learn, Mr stupiddity will rather despise that thinking he knows better than the English men that even owned the websites cheesy

Even when Google is the closest tool for you to use in proving whatever point you think you're proving, you'll rather display your stupiddity in joy,

Keep off my mention if you can't prove "gonna" and "wanna" are not informal.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 1:44pm On Feb 04, 2017
famosh:

My brother, you're a dullard. You don't even understand what you posted. You just go to Google to copy and paste any trash here without understanding it. Did you read what was written in the second picture you posted? Were you thought "gonna" or "wanna" as contractions in your own elementary school?
They are NOT words or contractions; they do NOT exist in written English, formal or iniformal. They are called INFORMAL CONTRACTIONS (as indicated in the second picture you posted)
Now to the main point, is "am" or "I'm" the correct contraction for "I am"?
dude stop being stupidd, and stop quoting me,

Gonna and wanna were explained as informal English and cannot be used in written English(officially) as they're not official ways of expression in English. 'I'm' on the other end is a contraction used to shorten 'I am' and and they're all forms of informal English language meaning you can only used them in an unofficial gathering like with friends, when chatting online or vocally but cannot be used for documents, presentations or any other form of an official gathering....Get that into your dumb skull and stop proving that money spent on you was a waste

I sited those examples in the screenshots for you to see with your own eyes but it's obvious your dumb brain could not still fathom anything or you just have the joy for spilling dust off that ill-brain of yours.

Stop disgracing yourself on nairaland, go and check the meanings and differences between formal, semi-formal and informal English before saying a thing.


Look at what you wrote above, can you even listen to yourself? Gonna, wanna do not exist in written English, so when chatting online or writing letters to your friends and you use 'gonna', that is not written English abi mumu

Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 11:22am On Feb 04, 2017
famosh:

Another crap! "Wanna," "gonna" or "em" are not used in standard-register texts (letters, essays, documents, journalism, and so forth). They can be used consciously for special effect, for example in literature and advertising, but not in standard usage.
The only acceptable and standard contraction for "I am" is "I'm."
some of you will just stupiddly come online to regard people's comments as crap by displaying your 'i too know' attitude and ending up disgracing yourselves.

Contractions are not allowed in formal English grammar

I clearly stated gonna, em, wanna, as informal ways of expression yet you're replying me by saying they're not used in standard register text.

if you've forgotten your elementary studies of what formal and informal is, then pick your siblings textbook or go on Google and do little research before coming online to regard people's comments as crap

Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 9:31am On Feb 04, 2017
famosh:

Balls! "Am," in this case, isn't informal; it is wrong, as it doesn't replace "I am" or "I'm" in any form of writing.
lol there's nothing like an English grammar isn't informal in English language, in an informal English language, anything is allowed, you can decide to use 'em' in place of 'i'm' as 'am' can also be used

Just like wanna, gonna and so on...

So in informal English language...... anything is allowed
Phones / Re: The Best Selfie Phone Is Here by Rozaay: 10:45pm On Feb 03, 2017
What sort of nonsense is this na

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Crime / Re: Police Manhandle Guy For "Having Money With Him In His Wallet" (Video, Pics) by Rozaay: 10:25pm On Feb 03, 2017
Where bad eggs are more than the good ones, the whole egg will be regarded as useless...

The above slowpoke of a man is one of the bad eggs that has brought upon the uselessness of the NPF.

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 10:23pm On Feb 03, 2017
elfmann:

Well, grammar is a living language.
ofcoz it is
Politics / Re: Tell Me One Thing I Said That Is Not True – Lai Mohammed by Rozaay: 10:13pm On Feb 03, 2017
NgeneUkwenu:
They wont answer you! They are not called IPOB miscreants for fun..

Just take a look at their corrupt hero.

Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 10:02pm On Feb 03, 2017
elfmann:
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I bolded the sentence myself, so the word bolded was used as an adjective in the form of a past participle

Examples:
1) The bolded word
2) The whispered word

Politics / Re: Poll For 2face February 6th Protest: Are You For Or Against? by Rozaay: 9:34pm On Feb 03, 2017
NgeneUkwenu:
It will be a massive flop!



Buhari has shared 2.1billion dollars as bailout to 24 states.

Recently he shared another 388billion naira.

Let's ask out Govs questions
and are we stoping the federal government from monitoring or prosecuting Govs that doesn't spend the money appreciately?

Or is the FG not suppose to monitor it released funds?

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 8:00pm On Feb 03, 2017
SergeyMavrodi:
We Africans have the attitude of seeing other peoples' flaws to make ourselves feel better. Yeah, I am better than him. They will never tell you your flaws secretly but they will do it in your absent to mock you or at your face to embarrass you. Attitudes like this is what's hindering our progress as people.
hmmmm so true embarassed
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 7:44pm On Feb 03, 2017
SergeyMavrodi:



Funny enough this guy might not know I'm is a contraction of I am. It's crazy when people use someone inability to speak english to judge one intelligence. For f**k sake Oyinbo people who are native speakers make mistakes too and the crazy thing about this "I sabi English people" is when they try to correct you, they do it in a non-polite way.
exactly, I've seen countless movies with enough grammatical blunders made by oyinbos themselves.

So why are we usually so fast to pick people's mistakes
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 7:41pm On Feb 03, 2017
PiccoloBrunelli:


Are you sure!!!!!!!!
yes sir...

As long as you're not expecting an answer with that statement, then you're expressing yourself.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 7:20pm On Feb 03, 2017
abdulaz:
Time to take the bull by the horns. It's better to die fighting than to kneel begging.
Let's turn the #feb6protest to revolution
Let us turn the protest to a full blown revolution. The protest will continue until they will all vacate their govt seats.

Let us make that day historic so that our generations yet unborn will have a reason to celebrate feb6protest as a day that marked the transformation of Nigeria.
Nigeria is ours, so let's fight to get it.
you mean with this youths here that still want to die for Buhari?

Still chill.... revolution is not ripe yet
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 7:17pm On Feb 03, 2017
MissVirginLuna:

I'm is spoken English. I am is written English. Thus you are wrong as well my dear.
are you minding them... They are always quick to correct people's flaws.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 7:16pm On Feb 03, 2017
PiccoloBrunelli:




So this guy quoted me and said this. But what can I say? He tried sha. He spelt "illiterate" correctly. I'm impressed. But there's an "h" you missed in "noting". It's spelt "nothing". Then that comma after "generation" is misplaced. Totally unnecessary. Use a full stop instead and then spell "You" with a capital letter "Y". Oya insult me a 2nd time but this time do it flawlessly. OK? That's my boy.


The bolded sentence above should have ended with an exclamation mark not a question mark.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Masters Degree Holder Spotted Seeking Job By Showing His Credentials On Placard by Rozaay: 7:05pm On Feb 03, 2017
falopey:


Formal or no formal; both of them are acceptable in standard grammatical expression. "I'm" is just a standard short form of "I am" and not erroneous "Am" as being used today in the place of "I'm".

So you shouldn't defend a master holder that doesn't know the difference between the two.
i'm is an informal way of expression in English language as well as Am don't just try twisting it.

Since the Master's guy discussion has to do with a job meaning it's an official/formal expression....The right expression to use is I am

no one is defending a master degree holder here Oga, I'm simply saying even the guy correcting him is wrong.....

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