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Teacher: Today, we'll talk about question tags. Here are some examples:

1. She is coming, isn't she?

2. They have eaten, haven't they?

Now, who can give me another example?

Abu: Sir! Na Yam we go chop today, chopn't we?

Teacher: What kind of sentence is that, please who can help correct him?

Akpos: Sir! Na yam we go chop today, yamn't we?

Teacher: You guys must be stupid! Must you joke with everything? Óyá, Emmanuella! I know you're brilliant. Give us an example.

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Emmanuella: Na motor go kill our teacher, killn't him?

Teacher: Na motor go kill your papa, papan't u?

Kenny: NPP fanatics are drinking Kalyppo, kalyn't they?

You are now laughing. Laughin't u?

 

Originally shared on Facebook by Kenny S.

 

Full Frontal with Samantha Bee | TBS

Samantha Bee pulled no punches on Monday when it came to analyzing Donald Trump’s repugnant remarks about women.

The “Full Frontal” host unleashed her full fury on the GOP presidential nominee, who was recorded making lewd comments during a hot mic conversation with then “Access Hollywood” host Billy Bush in 2005.

Dubbing the brash businessman and Bush as “two leering dildos,” Bee said, “Oh yeah, I’m going in on this like a bitch.”

Bee highlighted Trump’s staggering hypocrisy by going through his subsequent apology video line-by-line. She then mocked all of the television networks that refused to use the word “pussy” in their coverage of the scandal by delivering her own “Vagina Monologue.”

 

Source: huffingtonpost

 An innocuous picture of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Presidential candidate – Nana Akufo Addo – sipping Kalyppo fruit juice, dating back to 2012 recently shared on social media to perhaps ridicule him, because of the drink’s popularity with kids etc., has mutated into the opposite of what was anticipated with many now sharing pictures of their own ‘Kalyppo moments’ to show their solidarity with the NPP leader.

NBC

 

Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton Debate Cold Open - SNL


Saturday Night Live” kicked off its 42nd season with all eyes on Alec Baldwin as he played Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for the first time.

The show’s cold open played off the first presidential debate and featured recent Emmy-winner Kate McKinnon reprising her much-lauded Hillary Clinton impression and Michael Che as moderator Lester Holt. The sketch, which NBC had promoted earlier in the week, interspersed references from the candidates’ real lives with the show’s signature comedic zingers — this time about Trump’s taxes, Clinton’s sometimes-impersonal demeanor and what some have called the general absurdity of this election.

It was clear Baldwin did his homework in his excellent mimicry of Trump's speech and body language in the sketch. He appeared comfortable on the fast-paced live show — and he should have been, having hosted 'SNL' a record 16 times.

The cold open poked fun at Clinton's recent bout with pneumonia with McKinnon walking in coughing and holding a cane, which she quickly ditches to go into a Willy Wonka-esque somersault.

Baldwin's take on Trump was a fairly standard bloviating bully who is in over his head in this race, while McKinnon portrayed Clinton as overeager and trying way too hard to be relatable.
"I won the debate! I stayed calm!" Baldwin's Trump yells before blaming Clinton and Obama for breaking his microphone and making sniffling sounds.

"What do you think about that?" Michael Che, playing debate moderator Lester Holt, asks Clinton.

"I think I'm gonna be president," a beaming Clinton responds as Trump continues to self-implode next to her.

The show made clear that it agreed with polls that Clinton won last week's debate.

McKinnon as Clinton eventually breaks out into tears.

"I'm sorry, Lester," she says. "This is going so well. It's going exactly as I've always dreamed."

The sketch ends with the duo embracing and calling out in unison the first "Live from New York it's Saturday night!" of the season.


With news wires

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