Fighting for kids everywhere; Canaryman.Dear Canaryman
Contraction of I am.
Our Living Language Speakers of some scattered varieties of American English sometimes use I'm instead of I've or I have in present perfect constructions, as in totally in love with Peter Andre. If he has a fan club please, please, please tell me the address. I can't wait to hear his new single, Mystery Girl, when it comes out next month.
Leigh Palmer, Bradford
Canaryman says: Write to your heart-throb at the following address. Peter Andre Newsletter, PO Box 4226, London SW6 2XG.
I'm a massive fan of the Australian Australian
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a medium-sized, compact working dog used for control of cattle. group Silverchair. I went to see them at Manchester and they were the best. Please could you tell me if there is a fan club where I could write to the lads and tell them how cool they are.
Canaryman says: I've checked out where you can track down the Aussie lads, so get scribbling scrib·ble
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1. To write hurriedly without heed to legibility or style.
2. To cover with scribbles, doodles, or meaningless marks.
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I think you should make a TV series called Mega Mirror - it would get loads of viewers. You could cover computers, have kids interviewing famous people and advice from The Lurve Doctors.
Beini, 15, Lancaster
Canaryman says: Thanks for your letter, Beini. Everyone at Mega Mirror reckons it's is a great idea and who knows it might even happen one day! I've always fancied being a TV star myself, so this might be my big opportunity. Check out this week's Canaryman cartoon cartoon [Ital., cartone=paper], either of two types of drawings: in the fine arts, a preliminary sketch for a more complete work; in journalism, a humorous or satirical drawing. !