The Queen’s English: At Her Majesty’s Pleasure

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At Her Majesty’s Pleasure: The term is used to describe detainment in prison for an indefinite length of time. A judge may rule that a person be “detained at Her Majesty’s pleasure” for serious offences. Guy uses this phrase all the time. When the children ask when they can leave the table, he says, “At her majesty’s pleasure!” Please use this phrase in a sentence today! I am here to spread my scintillescent light upon you all! Remember Kabbalah encourages you to share your knowledge with everyone! Teach others what you have learned. Have FUN!

The Queen’s English: Bits and Bobs

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This is a vintage vocabulary word that I used on my old blog. I used it in my last blog post and some of my virgin readers may not know what it means; therefore, I have posted it here for your reference. Mama is here to spread my scintillescent light upon you all! Remember Kabbalah encourages you to share your knowledge with everyone!

bits and bobs
plural noun
1. Small objects or possessions; odds and ends.
Example: I’ve been doing bits and bobs about it and I suppose I was looking for a big, big project I could sink my teeth into!

Make a sentence with this one and make me proud!

English to “English” Lessons

England and America both speak English; however, in England some words have quite different meanings. This video I found on Youtube might be of some use for those of you who read the blog in America.