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Speaking it is as different as night and day or shall I say whack and dope Is it possible for todays youth to bridge the gap between todays hip terminologies and still keep the essence of yesterdays eloquent speech In this paper I want to examine the basic aspects of grammatically correct speech todays way of speaking as shared by youths in my era and explore the possibilities of combining the two First grammar by definition is a way of speaking or writing as judged by the conventional grammatical rules Grammatical rules that are steadfast in making comprehension of words thoughts and ideas more easily digestible by those who share our language This is a constant We know inherently that the subject comes at the beginning of the sentence followed by the predicate and more important that the two must combine in a meaningful way to make a complete thought Dabbled between these kings of sentence structure we use linkers or helpers to further enhance the meaning of our thoughts This rule will never deteriorate But I dare ask the question is it vital for the words of choice to have universal acceptance I think not For it is important that every person stemming from their particular culture regional upbringing and physical environment come to this buffet of speech bearing his or her own dish to serve to the populous Todays way of speaking does not deviate from the hardened rules of sentence structure outlined above But what todays patterns of speech does give are flare and life to a dull manner of old speaking Take for example the sentence I understand my friend you know that I will do whatever I can to be there for you This statement is simple to the point and follows the basic rules of speaking Now lets change the same sentence using the new words but keeping the same meaning Fo shizzel my nizzel I got
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