Why the current fixation with starting a sentence with "so" are these people really followers of a fashion?I see and hear it everywhere on the tv, radio, bus, street.
Doubtless SOme SO-called celebrity or SOap opera participant talks that way, SO the more gullible copy.
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Yes I tend to agree it'll be some z list celeb probably that cretin Beeber
So ...........there you are then
Followed with an Australian accent that makes every sentence that sounds like a question
The East German engineer I was working with (and his minder) bothbegan their sentences with "So"
The one that annoys me is the Australian 'Look!' at the start of a sentence which is like a teacher saying "pay attention...."
Wow, that's Awsome.
I'm surprised that no one has mentioned the use of "It's a big ask" to suggest that something is 'difficult to achieve'. Where on Earth did that come from?
Mara Liasson reported from the Kerry campaign in Missouri. There are a few clips in the report from recent speeches by Kerry; here's the part from one of those clips that made me do a double-take: I'm asking you to trust our nation, our history, the world, your families, in my hands. And I understand that it's a big ask. And it's a tough judgment you have to make. http://itre.cis.upenn.edu/~myl/languagel...ves/001331.html