"You know"

"You know", actually I don't, which is why I'm listing, if I did I would be doing something else, like reading a book.

It seams that an American add-on to the English language have been spreading to the rest of the civilized world; most sentences are littered with "you know" as if the interviewer know exactly what the person they are talking to is thinking, and so it would seam the people who are watching, or listing to the radio.

Please stop using useless terms, in this case "you know", it makes you look as if you actually do not know how to form a sentence appropriately. And, even more, look like you actually do not know what you're talking about.

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