END7 - What would you like to see the end of? by mattlongmire | Genero.tv
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The English language needs your help. Without you, communication may someday become a random string of letters and numbers while spelling becomes a thing of the past.

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Concept, Cinematography, Editing, and VoiceOver by Matt Longmire of Northwest Films.

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minD 1 year ago

As someone else said, this is near and dear to my heart. I would love to see the end of the new phenomenon of using seen alone, e.g., I seen that movie last week. Seen is being used that way not only by uneducated people, but people from all walks of life. It gives me the linguistic equivalent of brain freeze. Where is my big soap box when I need it?
This video was wonderful Kudos.

mattlongmire 1 year ago

Please know I haven't done anything special to increase my views, likes, or shares. My video was found and shared on a popular Facebook page about grammar and things sort of went crazy. https://www.facebook.com/GrammarGirl/posts/10153043618130228

Sir Adam93 1 year ago

I'm done haha. Great job on the video!

mattlongmire 1 year ago

Thanks Karl. I'm glad you liked it. :)

Karl 1 year ago

Oh, this is dear to my heart.

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