How often have you come across these kinds:
Girl 1: Arre, he's so cute you know. He actually picked up the books I dropped. I was so happy yaar you know. And then he smiled... you know... smiled at me... wow!!!
Girl 2: Read more here - A Copywriter's Blog: Most commonly used English words in daily lingo!
Funny, difficult, heaven, hell, happy, sad, beautiful, meaningless, meaningful, confusing... everyday I look at life, everyday it seems different!
Aam junta's commonly used English words in daily lingo
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Dont think this happens in real life ,its a too good to be true scenario :-)ReplyDelete
It happens in real life also. We use to say 'Na'after every sentance, or usage of 'You Know' is very frequent. It is called Hinglish...Americans does not understand it..ReplyDelete
you know, u r right mandeep!ReplyDelete
I have a question. What does "Americans" have to do with this post and comments.? Canadians and British and Australians understand it? Whatever the "it" means.ReplyDelete