Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Tweet Scoop: Maris Racal Chides Grammar Nazis

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Images courtesy of Twitter: MissMarisRacal

105 comments:

  1. ang mali, mali. wala na palusot and please mag-aral ka muna Maris.

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    1. You can actually say that

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    2. Di naman mali ang sinabi nya ah.

      - Di pwedeng di ako mamimili sa Penshoppe. -

      Ayan, tagalog na.

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    3. People need to get off their high horse.

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    4. No. Sa una pa palang gets ko na point niya. "hindi pwedeng hindi magshopping sa Penshoppe..". It's pretty common.

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    5. she could have use a different word instead of combining both negative words. aminin na kase na mali talaga. na justify nalang kase napasubo na. even english speaking people does not use the words you use Maris.

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    6. 1254 - i dare you use the exact words of Maris during a normal conversation. I don't think you can do it without getting backlash from the other person.

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    7. Ew! 12:50 get an education first! These millennials! They think they know everything, when they haven't experienced life outside of social media. Ugh, get a life, kiddos!

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    8. tama 1:18 nagpalusot na lang kasi yan.

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    9. 1:18 you saying “english people does not use the words you use Maris”, People..plural! People DO NOT. Don’t correct someone kung ikaw din naman sablay pala. Lakas ng loob. Read books, the way she said it isn’t uncommon. People DO use the double negative way. πŸ™„

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    10. 1:21 Magkaiba ang written at spoken language. You haven’t heard of it?

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    11. sobrang trying hard kase tong babaeng to.

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    12. I just CAN'T NOT More Take Just the comments anymore!

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    13. 1:29: Apir! πŸ˜‚

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    14. 121 feeling superior girl?? mag aral ka din sama mo na si Maris sa pag-eenrollan mo ok. ciao!

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    15. 1:18

      she could have USED a different word instead of combining both negative words.

      even english speaking people DO not use the words you use Maris

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    16. 1:40 actually. They do here in North America. Para kasi Shang pun or witty play of words. Wag ignorante. Makahate lang.

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    17. Nagpaka creative lang ang bata. Hindi acceptable sa business or formal writing pero hello, twitter!

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    18. Paalala. Ugaliing gumamit ng tamang grammar kung maninita ng grammar ng iba nang di ma-back-to-you-guys. :)

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  2. My life sucks dirt! How dirt poor my life! Ayan puro double negative para positive!

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    1. LoL, oh gosh thanks for making me laugh today πŸ˜‚.

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    2. 12:50 i get what you are trying to prove but mali ang construction mo dear. sorry. next!

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    3. wahahahaha natawa ako ng bonggang bongga! SHADE!witty! slap soil hahahaha.

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    4. I can not not eat now. I'm starving.

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    5. Haha! True, 12:50. Yung mga sentences nya don't even make sense.

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  3. Di naman mali ah.

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  4. Akala ko ba "intellectual" ka?

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  5. pa cool kasi ang babaeng itetch, naging ka LT lang si Inigo , Englishera na kuno.

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    1. sobrang TH kamo

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    2. Ano ba ang pa cool sa sinabi niya? I can not not think you do not comprehend what Maris said that she can not not shop at Pen. Do you not not not understand?

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    3. Bawal na sya magenglish ganon?

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  6. It would have been better if she used “cannot” instead of “can’t”. It looks wrong, but it’s still correct.

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    1. Cannot and can’t are one and the same. 🀦🏻‍♀️

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    2. Edi ang funny pakinggan ng "cannot not". Mas ok na ang "can't not".

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    3. Cannot not is better. Sa mga hindi sanay gumamit awkward talaga pakinggan. Pero the phrase is actually used today.

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  7. a double negative that means you can

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    1. Double Nega lang tayo parati mga Box para Positive! Lets all be Jealous to Death!

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    2. Ain't don't nothing can't not do wouldn't take couldn't anymore!

      Eto quadruple negative para double positive pa!

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  8. Bakit pag na-correct magagalit pa? And idk if she's trying to be witty pero mali eh.

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    1. She is not not not Mali!

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    2. what she said is correct.

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    3. Kasi di naman mali! Duh! Aral ka uy!

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    4. She's correct. But coming from her you would suspect it's wrong. She's trying hard.

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  9. Yan ba ang mag-aaral ng medicine? Oh no.

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    1. Te kahit sino pwede mag.aral ng medicine bastat may pera at sipag sa pag.aaral.Di lang yan nakabase sa grammar. πŸ˜‚

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    2. yes, ignorant! you don't need to be so fluent with english kung magdodoctor ka,... di mo naman i-mamajor ang grammar hahah! don't 'not' spread ignorance here. charot!

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    3. Kailangan ba perfect grammar kung mag medicine? Ang daming first world countries hindi naman kailangan perfect ang English grammar.

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    4. Waa sya sinabing mageenglish teacher sya

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    5. then bakit hindi pa niya umpisahan pumasok sa school at mag aral ng medicine.

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    6. simulan nya na ngayon, kasi 10 years ang kursong medicine. Wag panay publicity.

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  10. “Can’t not” is acceptable. It is not a double negative in a sense that it wouldn’t mean “can”. Instead, it means “must”.

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    1. Exactly. There are a lot of ways to convey an idea, all within the bounds of proper grammar. Ang daming nagmamagaling, hanggang elem english rules lang yata ang alam.

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  11. Ginagamit naman ‘yan talaga. As in:

    You can’t tell her anything.
    I can’t not tell her anything, she’s my best friend.

    That’s acceptable.

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  12. Tama ‘yan.
    Can = Pwede
    Can’t = Hindi pwede
    Can’t not = Hindi pwedeng hindi = MUST

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    1. Sa mga nagsasabing mali siya ito na simplen explanation. Karindi kayong mga know it all na feeling mga tama.

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    2. HAHAHA! Even my 11 yr old middle schooler here in Florida understands this. They happen to learn this in ELA (English, Language, Arts) class.

      Mga pinoy mahilig mag grammar nazi eh di naman perpek ang mga inglis!

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  13. I don't see anything wrong with what Maris wrote.

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  14. Tama naman ah...

    Ibig niya sabihin can't not Stop Shop at Penshoppe ni Tagalog hinde pwede hinde siya mag shop sa Penshoppe its a must!

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  15. Si Miss "Intellectual" na trying hard hahaha!

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    1. Te tama sya maski TH sya. Wag mema kung wa din alam. Ok?

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    2. Inggit lang kayo kasi kayo trying hard to understand her English pero di nyo pa rin na understand. Utak please!

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  16. mag-aral ka muna kasi maris bago pa-social eh di mo naman pala keri makipag-inglisan.lols

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    1. teh wag ganyan babalik sinabi mo sayo hahahaha

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    2. 1:28 ilan beses yang si Maris nagkakamali kapag may spiel sa ASAP. Minsan kinocorrect sya ni Darren Espanto nga eh. Sobrang trying hard talaga ni girl masyaong pasosyal.

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    3. Trying hard pag nagkkamali sa spiel? And btw, ano masama sa pagiging TH? diba sign nga ito ng patience and perseverance. Mas nega pa nga ang maging hater kahit wala ginagwa sayo yung tao, kesa maging TH.

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  17. pa witty kasi masyado.. pa show off

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    1. Ano'ng pa show off dun teh? Tama naman statement nya ah. Saka trabaho nya yun as model/endorser of penshoppe.

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  18. I can't not shop is correct. Emphasis on can't or not when spoken. Though is not often used, granted, it doesn't mean that it is not correct.

    It literally means that she can't stop herself from shopping when she's in Penshoppe. And no, it's not trying to be witty as some posts imply.

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  19. Tama naman. Di lang nagets nung iba. Lol

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  20. Tama sya mga bakla. Maski th sya kayo ang mali. πŸ˜‚
    Ang oa talaga ng uba pagdating sa grammar akala mo nman ikauunlad ng bansa natin yan.

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  21. mga pinoy talaga pakialamera. nothing wrong with what she wrote.it's an emphatic statement.

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  22. tama si maris yung magmamarunong ang mali.

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  23. I use the double negative all the time. Mostly when shopping with my friends. "I can not not buy this outfit. I must have it".

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  24. Kaloka...talagang issue sa mga Grammar Nazis yung napaka simple na post? Eh tama naman...nuh ba yan🀷‍♀️🀷‍♀️
    Only in the πŸ‡΅πŸ‡­

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  25. di ko gets yung pa witty raw. how is that pa witty eh tama naman siya

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  26. Hindi naman sya mali,hindi pwedeng hndi sya magshop sa penshoppe,kng magaling ka sa comprehension,gets mo agad yung ibig nyang sabihin

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  27. tama naman yung statement. mag-aral muna bago mampuna

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  28. Walang mali sa english ni Maris period!

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  29. Tama na sya. Pero feeling matalino rin naman tlga sya. Napaka trying hard

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  30. dapat ibang word n lng ang ginamit nia... miss intellectual.. TH mgpaka sosyal

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  31. Tama naman sinabi ni mariz. Looks like she's endorsing penshoppe? Alangan naman can't lang sabihin niya it will look negative, but sinabi niya "can't not" so naging positive na which bumagay sa pag endorse niya ng penshoppe.

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  32. Ang daming feeling intelligent. Jusko.

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  33. Millenials are those who are born between 1981 to 1996 if I'm right, I dont think millennials tong mga nag mamarunong. Mga batang mga feeling lang.

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  34. There is always an exception to the rule mga baks

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  35. Kakatawa un nagcocomment dito na akala mo matatalino sila saying she is feeling or what. I am not a fan or her pero walang mali sa sinabi nya. Unang basa ko palang gets ko na. Kung d nyo madalas gnagamit or naririnig it doesn't mean na mali na agad. Kayo ang feelingerang mdaming alam haha. Pero ub kumokorek ang mga mukang t*nga.

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    1. ayaw lang nila kay Maris. Period.

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  36. Ang sakit sa nata basahin, lalo na pag pinakinggan.

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  37. double negatives ginawa nya. pero dinidiscourage yan kasi poor in grammar (di naman mali) at confusing sya. di rin yan pwde sa written eng altho pde sya spoken

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  38. Can't shop at Penshoppe.. not! Ayan inayos ko na for you gurl ;)

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    1. Ay wow, ikaw na magaling! Akala mo ba correct ang sentence mo? Kaloka!

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    2. Luh! Mahiya ka! Nag correct ka, mali naman! Hahahaha!

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    3. 10:43 hahah kaloka ka! Ung totoo yan ba lumabas sa pag google mo?? O patawa ka lang?
      Hahaha

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  39. jologs pa rin kahit pa English English.

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  40. sana sinabi na lang nya: it's hard not to shop at penshoppe

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  41. parang guilty siya a. tama naman sinabi niya sana niexplain nalang niya sa maayos. hahaha

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  42. Napahiya ang mga nagmamarunong at nagsasabing mali si mariz. Ayan, sila mismo may natutunan today. lol

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  43. What she wrote is right.

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  44. Schooled ang mga trying hard grammar nazis pero waley naman ang comprehension. Tama po ang post ni Maris. Don't be a know-it-all when kakarampot lang naman alam nyo.

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  45. INSTAGRAM LANG YAN. ITS NOT THAT DEEP! Pati ba naman one line caption pupunahin pa as if she said something offensive. GET A LIFE SIS! Kung concerned talaga kayong icorrect sya, a DM would be enough. Pamamahiya na yang pagblast sa social media. How would you feel if the same is done to you? Sa kagustuhan mong ipakita sa madla na mas tama ka, ipapahiya mo yung tao?!

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  46. Diba English subjects natin is from grade 1 to college at ni minsan di nyo ba na encounter or na discuss or naremember man lang yung mga ganitong English? Diba sa mga paggawa ng poem at stories nga you can invent your own words or use words or combination of words na medyo awkward or maling grammar pa minsan.

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  47. Hindi ko gusto si Maris pero tama naman sya dito.

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