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1  And used perfectly awful language.
Pygmalion By George Bernard Shaw
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2  I have forgotten my own language, and can speak nothing but yours.
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3  I'll have to learn to speak middle class language from you, instead of speaking proper English.
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4  I haven't heard such language as yours since we used to review the volunteers in Hyde Park twenty years ago.
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5  I was brought up to be just like him, unable to control myself, and using bad language on the slightest provocation.
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6  She has a quick ear; and she's been easier to teach than my middle-class pupils because she's had to learn a complete new language.
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7  You told me, you know, that when a child is brought to a foreign country, it picks up the language in a few weeks, and forgets its own.
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8  Well, you wouldn't have the face to ask me the same for teaching me my own language as you would for French; so I won't give more than a shilling.
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9  Remember that you are a human being with a soul and the divine gift of articulate speech: that your native language is the language of Shakespear and Milton and The Bible; and don't sit there crooning like a bilious pigeon.
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10  Unfortunately he knew nothing else; and Eliza, though she could count money up to eighteen shillings or so, and had acquired a certain familiarity with the language of Milton from her struggles to qualify herself for winning Higgins's bet, could not write out a bill without utterly disgracing the establishment.
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