Well, well, well. Just have a look at you. Sitting right here, gorgeous as you are, reading my newsletter. Pretending not to rock. Not to be awesome. But I know the truth…you ARE! Oh, and by the way, I love what you’re wearing today. It really flatters your figure and so much better than that lame outfit you saw on sale.
WHAT’S UP IN BUFFILAND
I did a Rock Your English! workshop for Muzikantendag recently, and here’s a little film about it. My shizzle starts at 10.22. Watch me get sneezed on and lied to 😉 !!
Here I am with some Rock Your English! tips and tricks for bands, courtesy of the fine people at Next Best Band.
YOUR QUESTIONS – ANSWERED!
“Hey, Grammar Goddess, can you tell me the difference between THAN and THEN? I always mix them up!” – from the Lovely Laura, via Facebook.
Well, I sure can, Laura, thanks for asking!
THAN is used for comparison. So we’d say ‘better than, worse than, etc’. For example, ‘My English is better than his, because I get this amazing newsletter every Monday!’
We use THEN for time-related situations. You could say, for example, ‘He woke up, brushed his teeth, rocked his English, and then he got a hot new girlfriend.’ It’s that easy!
If you have a question, let me know via Facebook or Twitter. Happy to help you!
LET’S GET DOWN AND DIRTY- JOIN ME
“50 Shades of Great English” – a fun(ky) and educational event where I’ll teach you the Top 50 Mistakes Dutchies make in 50 minutes. You’ll laugh and learn! Click here to sign up!
TACKLE THE BIGGEST PRONUNICATION PROBLEM IN 3 MINUTES (AND 2 SECONDS)
Just in case you missed it, here’s my little pronunciation movie. Check it out!
Well, I hate to love you and leave you, but I have to get out there and DANCE with my favorite DJ!
Sending you all a truck full of really hot cheerleaders who spell out your name, feed you, and sing your favorite song in the flash mob formation of your choice…in my head,