COLUMN: Interjections can, like, totally hurt your image
By Mary Mitchell
Remember the kids who used to pepper their conversations with “uh”? Or the next generation, which started generously sprinkling in “you know”? Canadians have their own seasoning, which they liberally apply to the end of sentences. An “eh” here and there is a dead giveaway.
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