LOOKING FOR A PHRASE OR TWO

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Before I head off to England, I thought I’d do a cool task. Since I would be visiting a different country, I have to learn a few phrases in order to keep in touch with the natives. For example, “Barmy” in English means you’re crazy. I can identify with that. So here’s a fun task I just invented that can help with characterization and improve language versatility, research a few phrases and use them as everyday speech. It doesn’t have to be English mind you. Sure it may confuse a couple of people and friends and even family members (Which can be fun depending on how you look at it.) but it’s really fun and who says that learning a couple of phrases from a different country that you might never go to is a waste of time. See ya.

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