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You know Kim says You Know a lot

I just noticed that Kim says 'you know' a lot! Check it out in her interviews

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and also the "I mean"

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"Ca s’apprend par la souffrance, ça s’apprend par les déceptions, ça s’apprend par la densité du mal que ça te fait, plus ça te fait mal et plus ça te fait grandir. Y a des moments où tu te dis je ne vais pas le supporter, ça, ça fait trop mal, et pourtant tu passes au travers."
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I just noticed that Kim says 'you know' a lot! Check it out in her intervfiew
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Yeah I realized that as well
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post #4 of 38 (permalink) Old Aug 22nd, 2003, 08:41 AM
 
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she copied that from capriati
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she copied that from capriati
I don't think she copied it from capriati rather lleyton.
I say you know and i mean a lot to, and also like. I think Kim says Like a lot to
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Also in Flanders people often say 'wete' or 'weetwel'
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I know...

(but I do that too when I speak english... )

"Ik weet dat wij ons erdoor slaan, dat we zij aan zij blijven staan
Tot alle stormen zijn verstomd en er een nieuwe lente komt
En alles weer begint van voor af aan..."

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I say "you know" a lot too, and my friends, who do not speak English very much, they always interrupt me with "no i don't know"
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Hehe! Ive also notice that Kim says "like" alot too.
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post #10 of 38 (permalink) Old Aug 23rd, 2003, 02:22 AM
 
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It's "Kim style" of English!!
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It's "Kim style" of English!!
Absolutely - It's really noticeable in people whose first language isn't English to use phrases like "You Know" to finll in when they're working out what to say.
Saying that Lleyton does it too and his first language is supposed to be English!!!
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It's like Justine always using: "for sure"
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It's like Justine always using: "for sure"
I'm a french speaker and I also say For Sure always!! But i don't know why!!??!! I try not to say it!!

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"No matter what happens, you have to try to stay positive, bad things can happen, but if you try to stay positive, something positive will come out of it…I believe that everything happens for a reason" - Kim Clijsters


"Goed is de ergste vijand van zeer goed" - Pascal Smet

"Als je iemand idealiseert, verlies je het contact met de werkelijkheid"

"Ca s’apprend par la souffrance, ça s’apprend par les déceptions, ça s’apprend par la densité du mal que ça te fait, plus ça te fait mal et plus ça te fait grandir. Y a des moments où tu te dis je ne vais pas le supporter, ça, ça fait trop mal, et pourtant tu passes au travers."
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I'm a french speaker and I also say For Sure always!! But i don't know why!!??!! I try not to say it!!
it's ok! it's no sin Probably it's something typical of French speakers
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I always use 'he?'
Very annoying.....
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