Like a tree - I see it, I saw it

English ! How can one say " I saw it." in an excited manner because people will think you cut something.

That’s funny chordy! :smile:

You would have to say: “I sawed it.” Or, you could say: “I seen it.”

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When I was a kid, we moved to a place that was rural and people spoke “bad” English. Hearing “I seen it.” was very common. Common talk might eventually improve the language.

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You were raised to be an aristocrat.

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It stuck in your ear. That used to be a slang “Stick it in your ear”.

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And you are the one who suffers. Mine is nose picking and I do it myself.

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