Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Verbal-Linguistic Assignment - Think Suthern'

This picture really doesn't have anything to do with today's post, but when has this
"glob" ever been anything but random ? Why change now?
Without giving the exact location of this photo, please gives clues to where the photo was taken.
And, can you find Waldo in the picture?

Here is today's Verbal-Linguistic assignment. (Word Smart) It is a chance for those of you who need extra credit to improve your grade.

Please define each of the following "words" and use each in a sentence.

1. ammo:

2. bidness:

3. cainchew:

4. dogue:

5. etchicashun:

Quote for the day:
Don't mind criticism.
If it's untrue, disregard it.
If it's unfair, keep from irritation.
It it's ignorant, smile
If it's justified, learn from it.

Verbal-Linguistic Intelligence: (Word Smart) is the ability to think in words and to use language to express and appreciate complex meanings. Linguistic intelligence allows us to understand the order and meaning of words and to apply mental linguistic skills to reflect on our use of language. Linguistic intelligence is the most widely shared human competence and is evident in poets, novelists, journalists, public speakers, and bloggers.


Blogger Melzie said...

1. ammo:
what you use in a gun
2. bidness:
what you should mind ;)
3. cainchew:
I can figger these out...cainchew?
4. dogue:
no clue on this one LOL
5. etchicashun:
I got me a dip-loma to prove I got one of them :)

If you dont mind your bidness I'm fixin to get some ammo for my 30 aught 6 an give you an etchicasun. Cainchew unnerstand what yall need to do? :) We really talk this way here, dont yuns? xoxo melzie

9/20/2006 04:45:00 PM  
Blogger Minka said...

ah...linguists are mentioned and my heart leaps with joy.
I love languages and am a passionate linguist-sorta!
Verbal linguistic abilities is almost all I have :)
I think at birth my logical brain was not properly connected. Some wires sure got crossed over there!

9/20/2006 05:35:00 PM  
Blogger BarnGoddess said...

Great quote of the day :)

oh my.....I need to find my dictionary on my puter now...

9/20/2006 05:56:00 PM  
Blogger Swampwitch said...

Melzie: You are well on your way to making an A+ in this class. Good Job.

Minka: Thanks from visiting from so far away. I never can figure out how you make that commute.

BarnGoddess: You better find a Suthern' dictionary on that pooter of yorn'zes.

9/20/2006 06:44:00 PM  
Blogger gawilli said...

Hey, they didn't tell me there was going to be a test!

The quote for the day is a good one, particularly the last line. To see be open enough to see criticism as justified, and then go a step further and learn from it...that's really something.

9/20/2006 07:24:00 PM  
Blogger Julie said...

You do know I am going to flunk my real test. Beer won't help with this lady. :)

1. Ammo - What kind of ammo do you need? Shells, bullets, a magazine?

2. Bidness - Good one melzie. Mind your own bidness. (You asked for a sentence right?) That's all it is.

3. Cainchew - Cainchew stop peeing on my rose bush? :)

4. Dogue - ??? I am thinking this should just jump out at me, but it hasn't. Is this a test to tell if we are real rednecks?

5. Etchicashun - I am working on getting my etchicashun. I hope to get a dip-lom-a in December.

Here's one for ya. It is pretty easy. Battree?

(I see you have added more photos. Hope you weren't in front of the pooter when Hans got home. And hope he made it safely.)

9/20/2006 07:42:00 PM  
Blogger Julie said...

Okay you turkey turd!!! (That really is an endearment - my Granny and I use it all the time.) Thanks for the Where's Waldo! I love that game. I looked and looked and then Bam! There he was. :) Oh you know what I am talking about! I found him! :)

9/20/2006 07:47:00 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

first off. May I take a sweeping and Musketeer-like (as in three and not MM) bow over my boot, in respect for your prowess at linkage!!
I don't got no clue what you are asking here.
Without giving the exact location of this photo, please gives clues to where the photo was taken. I think what's throwing me is the extra 's' in there. But if I had to take a stab at it, I think you are asking me to not state where I think the photo was taken but to state clues as to where the photo was taken. I'm a bit slow sometimes, I'm sorry.
The clue is...this area of the country is known for it's rain and coffee.
'Waldo' being your DH? He's in the center of the ring just to the right peeking.
Linguistic assignment.
1. Ammo, as in got no more ammo for my gat.
2. Bidness, as in Nunya.
3. Cainchew, as in I really needed that help, cainchew.
4. Dogue, as in I haven't got a frickin' clue... ;0]
5. Etchicashun, as in "I can't get no, etchicashun"...oh wait, that would be 'satesfaxshun' bad.

Photo's and colors....leaps an' bounds girl...very impressive. I might add that all this here learning is good foh yo brain...will keep the ol Alzhiemer's monkey off yo back!!
Great post Doll.

9/20/2006 07:48:00 PM  
Blogger willi said...

think Waldo is in the center of the "doughnut" standing on the right.

1. ammo: The explosive element fired from a firearm.

I will return shortly. I have gone for beer and ammo for the shotgun.

2. bidness: one's occupation or things they know and want to keep private.

What is your bidness? Mine is teaching. or Mind your own bidness and you won't be minding mine.

3. cainchew: food substance stored or sold in a metal container.

I think we will have some cainchew tonight for dinner, maybe beans.

4. dogue: canine or K-9 as police car says.

I have a dogue name Cali. She is a springer spaniel.

5. etchicashun:the process or bidness of teaching people to read, write and do mathematics. Begins in kindergarten and for some continues past college.

I have a college etchicashun. I was learned at the university of Arkansaw.

9/20/2006 07:49:00 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

P.S. I just noticed your subtitle on your blog header...I LOVE alliteration.

9/20/2006 07:52:00 PM  
Blogger Tiggerlane said...

Dang...I dun been libbin' in da South too long.

My first thoughts:

Ammo - "I'm going to" - as in, "Ammo kick yo ass!!!"
Okay - I know it's ammunition, but I prefer "Mammy Suthern" style.

Bidness - "Business" - "You better be steppin' off outta mah BIDNESS befo' I be comin' to kick yo ass!"

Cainchew - "Can't you" - "Cainchew heyah what I be tellin' yo ass?"

Dogue - (floundering here) "Dog you" - "I'm a gonna dogue right upside yo head if you don' be gettin' up outta mah bidness!!!"

Etchicashun - "Education" - "You betta be headin' on outta heyah
befo' I get Songbird to dogue upside yo head an' be givin' you a REAL etchicashun, Beeyoch!!" ('Cuz, dat homegirl be a TEECHA, WORD!!!)

Okay...time for Tiggerlane to go to bed.

9/20/2006 08:25:00 PM  
Blogger Pioneer Woman said...

Dang, I knew 'em all, but you all beat me to it. Drat. Dang. Darn. Crap.

More! More!

Swampy, you're soooooooooo smarrrrrrrt! I love your classes.

9/20/2006 08:52:00 PM  
Blogger Pamela said...

I got in late..

Sorry I missed the fun

I'll try to get to school on time tomorrow

I stepped in the dogue and had to go home and clean up

9/20/2006 11:19:00 PM  
Blogger No said...

Hey Goddess,
I want to thank you for teaching me a new word..docent.. (your comment on Ree's site)..

It might be a while on the questions...good questions they are, though.

9/21/2006 04:16:00 AM  
Blogger C. said...

you dogue!
I love things like this! I bought a book called Dundonian for Beginners when I was in Scotland (Dundee being the city I was in..) I laughed so's along the same lines as this. I particularly loved the Dundonian--Oot me road! English: Excuse me, may I get by?

9/21/2006 08:13:00 AM  
Blogger G said...

Love this post and will have to come back to give it its proper look-see later (work calls).

Hey who's that behind the large Entenmann's Chocolate donut sculpture?

9/21/2006 10:42:00 AM  
Anonymous nothans said...

Hans has never looked better! :)

Clues to pic location that "don't" give it away.
- Wizard of oz
- Viewed from Washington monument
- Tennessee mascot
- Art Deco?

9/21/2006 10:50:00 AM  
Blogger M J said...

Loved your quote of the day.. even though you posted it yesterday, it is very appropriate for today.

9/21/2006 01:49:00 PM  
Blogger Robin said...

I'm kinda glad I came in late to the game...they did all the work for me :).

9/22/2006 05:30:00 AM  

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