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When i look it up, all i see is NSW board of studies, i know what they define it as, but is it a real, recognised thing outside the english course?
 

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Textual integrity is 100% definitely a real thing

What isn't a real thing is saying Che Guevara's loss of his motorcycle is representative of his loss of youthfulness as he undergoes a critical metamorphosis of character due to his cultural and intimate discoveries
 

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Textual integrity is 100% definitely a real thing

What isn't a real thing is saying Che Guevara's loss of his motorcycle is representative of his loss of youthfulness as he undergoes a critical metamorphosis of character due to his cultural and intimate discoveries
What it really means is that, he should of studied Engineering so he could fix the bike and not walk 10000000 km after his bike broke down. ripperino
 

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What a joke. Students are required to do critical analysis etc but cannot get simple things like spelling and grammar right!

could of, would of, coulda, woulda
confused about: their, they're, there

I could go on.
 

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Oh hi Shadow!


What a joke. Students are required to do critical analysis etc but cannot get simple things like spelling and grammar right!

could of, would of, coulda, woulda
confused about: their, they're, there

I could go on.
Yes Drongoski, so true! It's "you're a slut".
 

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I'm so tempted to use triple contractions in my essays for the lols
 

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Was never taught that in primary or high school. Should of just flows better 80% of the time. Should have is more grammatically correct but feels a lot more rigid and that's why I never type/say it.

It might come and bite me in the future but oh well.
 

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Was never taught that in primary or high school. Should of just flows better 80% of the time. Should have is more grammatically correct but feels a lot more rigid and that's why I never type/say it.

It might come and bite me in the future but oh well.
It's just wrong, even when speaking you're not saying "should of" but the contraction "should've" as in, "should have"
 

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Was never taught that in primary or high school. Should of just flows better 80% of the time. Should have is more grammatically correct but feels a lot more rigid and that's why I never type/say it.

It might come and bite me in the future but oh well.
should've and should of sound the same
 

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