Grammar rules

Grammar rules

It’s a verb, not a noun

Was given this passage during today’s Teaching Grammar session. The instructions were to change the gibberish words so that the passage would make sense.

The First Flipsop

I met a clish at a blipple’s shillibog last night. She was glosser than anyone I had ever blicken. Subily, she was the glossest clish in the poberd! We had a flossum time! We chubbled bloppily and dibbled until durka. At one a.m., we were still dibbling! Then she invited me back to her shoggle for some zouts. I said, “Extaful!” When we got there she tried to brundle me. I didn’t want to. I said, “Please don’t brundle me, it’s only our first flipsop!” I don’t think I’ll ever frapp up with her again!

After teaming up with Flora and Elspeth (and out of pure boredom and bitchiness), this was the end result:

The First Meeting

I met a girl at a friend’s party last night. She was fatter than anyone I had ever seen. Seriously, she was the fattest girl in the room! We had a great time! We ate sloppily and drank until dawn. At one a.m., we were still drinking! Then she invited me back to her house for some doughnuts. I said, “You’re fat!” When we got there she tried to feed me. I didn’t want to. I said, “Please don’t feed me, it’s only our first meeting!” I don’t think I’ll ever shack up with her again!

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