Thanks so much for your reply, man. I'll see see if l misheard it but when she said this my class was like "what are you on, fam?"
Education here isn't great, so yes she can be wrong and don't even know. I'll try to correct her next time
Ye I'm confused too but I was going off of what the comment below me said. I suppose their could be variations but from what I know if you have any one syllable adjective( could be exceptions I forgot) ending with a vowel and a constant then you just double the constant at the end. Wet to wetter. If their both constants at the end then you would ignore doubling. Fast to faster, cold to colder. I'm starting to think it's not a word NA is only used to as I see it used in other english docs across countries so "wetter" is in fact correct. You should be good from here.
Actually, if he was in an English class, the teacher was correct. In English the correct term is actually "weter", It's only in America the term "wetter" is used, so unless he was being taught American, the teacher was correct :)
I used aswell a lot coz in french, the equivalent of as well is one word (aussi). Then I used an english corrector and found out.
So aswell might be used that much coz ppl using it are not native english speaker
have alot of slang wanna hear some?
coin = money
like = a question e.g. are we going to play csgo tonight like?
enarl = as well
enorl = as well
aye = yes
whey aye lad = yes
bin down graftin for some coin like? me enarl. pub this weeekend? whey aye lad