Some Interesting English By Students

By Laura, Cultural Embrace Teach in Thailand

I thought I’d share some interesting English which I have had the pleasure of trying to interpret over the last couple of months…

I like raining but I don’t like hotting.

I am doctor. I want defend outpalient.

I preserves animals everyday.

I like cook because I like eat.

I don’t like violence because it’s barbarous.

Thailand is a very complete. Everybody was in good habits.

Thailand is a livable country.

Don’t like anybody command me.

I look like princess but I’m satan hehehe.

Using headphones makes you hear music but not the warnings. If you still use it you’ll die soon.

I am very sad because I love somebody but he doesn’t know and he doesn’t love me. He is handsome

and popular. Many girl in my school love him. I am normal people. I don’t beautiful. I don’t smart. I don’t pretty. I just miss him before I go to bed. I just love him and it make me upset.

I lie family about money, to pay books. I think it’s not good.

I broken heart him because I more beautiful.

At times I crazy One Direction.

British is methodical.

I crazy boy. I use ill-timing to study. I not to pay attention homework. I changing very much. I help me about change my behaviour extremely urgent.

I feel to be impressive evertime cold weather.

I use money extravagant and buy no necessary.

I think, I love him it real.

Choose a hair dryer quality, because it bring about cancer.

I learn to everyday everytime I to determine learn for future.

You can’t bump a sun.

I like to chat and eat bakery. Bakery make me fat but I don’t care lol.

My teacher is Laura. She is beautiful, pretty, lovely, graceful, smart, attractive, and well-cooked.

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