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  • Mother: *sings along to the radio* Who dat who dat? I-g-g-y~
  • baby: b...b-...
  • Mother: *stops*...Your first words!
  • baby: B-B...
  • Mother: C'mon sweetie, you c--
  • baby: BE QUIET TIFFANY
  • Mother: W-...W-
  • Baby: NEVER IN MY LIFE HAVE I YELLED AT A GIRL LIKE THIS I WAS ROOTING FOR YOU WE WERE ALL ROOTING FOR YOU HOW DARE YOU
  • Mother: I-I--
  • Baby: YOU DONT KNOW WHERE THE HELL I COME FROM YOU HAVE NO IDEA WHAT I'VE BEEN THROUGH BUT I AM NOT A VICTIM, I GROW FROM IT AND I LEARN
  • Mother: ...
  • Baby: TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOURSELF
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psychodelicy:

lilduckramsay:

psychodelicy:

awitpicker81:

psychodelicy:

When you think about it English is such a hard language to learn if it’s not your mother tongue, like how do you know when to use a or an to describe something well done to non native speakers :-)

Easy If the word before is a vowel, you use an.

an unicorn

If the word after a/an begins with a vowel you use an. If it begins with a consentant you use a.

a hour