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hal0987

Dec 04

English

1 min read

Laziness

Recently, I have been slacking. I should write a journal on LangCorrect every day to practice English. My language exchange partner sent me a lovely message, so I should write back to her. I should finish reading some books. A lot of "should" are leaning on my back. I understand it's time to move my lazy butt and complete all these stuff but I can't because I'm way too lazy.

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Recently, I have been slacking.

Recently, I have been slacking.

Or you could say 'slacking off.'
Usage

Recently, I have been slacking recently.

Usage
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I should write a journal on LangCorrect every day to practice English.

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My language exchange partner sent me a lovely message, so I should write back to her.

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I should finish reading some books.

And I should also finish reading some books.

A lot of "should" are leaning on my back.

A lot of "shoulds" are leanweighing on my back(mind | head | shoulders).

Usage

A lot of "shoulds" are leaning onagainst my back.

Although not really grammatically correct in majority of sentences, Americans add 's' to things like: shoulds, coulds, buts, etc. when talking about a lot of those things as a noun.

A lot of "should"s are leaning on my back.

I understand it's time to move my lazy butt and complete all these stuff but I can't because I'm way too lazy.

I understand it's time to move my lazy butt and complete all theseis stuff but I can't because I'm way too lazy.

残念!
Grammar

I understand it's time to move my lazy butt and complete all these stufftasks but I can't because I'm way too lazy.

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