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Good or bad English!

good or bad English!

least since 1890s orally, originally in Black English, emerging in print 1928 in a jazz context. Sign up using Google, sign up using Facebook, sign up using Email and Password. To summon by invitation; invite. Cross, irritable, or surly: If I don't have my morning coffee, I'm in a bad mood all day. For example: Be it good or bad, television has become an indispensable part of our lives. Disobedient, naughty, or misbehaving: If you're bad at school, you'll go to bed without supper.

Greek kakos, probably from the word for "excrement Russian plochoj, related to Old Church Slavonic plachu "wavering, timid Persian gast, Old Persian gasta-, related to gand "stench German schlecht, originally "level, straight, smooth whence "simple, ordinary then "bad. 2018 Examples from the Web for bad Contemporary Examples We need to recover and grow the idea that the proper answer to bad speech is more and better speech. "Good or bad English!.". Having a wicked or evil character; morally reprehensible: There is no such thing as a bad boy. Easily provoked to anger; irascible: a bad temper. More uncomfortable, persistent, painful, or dangerous than usual; severe: a bad attack of asthma. And used as recently as Defoe (but not by Shakespeare but yielded to comparative worse and superlative worst (which had belonged to evil and ill). Comparative and superlative forms badder, baddest were common 14c.-18c. I really prefer the adverb to describe the verb speak, rather than an adjective to describe the noun.

Unattractive, especially because of a lack of pleasing proportions: She has a bad figure. I would suggest that you speak English well. Post as a guest, name, email discard, by clicking "Post Your Answer you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy, and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. British Dictionary definitions for bad adjective worse or worst not good; of poor quality; inadequate; inferiorbad workmanship; bad soil; bad light for reading (often foll by at) lacking skill or talent; incompetenta bad painter; bad at sports (often foll by for) harmfulbad air; smoking.