Choir Friends
A Choir Teacher
Conductor
A vocal instructress
Tour Guide on Prague trip
Tour Guide on Hawaii trip

 

- [On pronunciation] Make it more cripse (crisp)
- look profly (properly)
- Have a good carrier (career)
- try to imitate like TKSS (imitate)

- u'rye'nal (urinal)
- Borrow Mohan this CD (lend)
- How fly'ial (filial)
- Mrs Koh rewritted your article (rewrote)
- [Seen on his website] What's in hold for you in this all new website (store)
- Idiosyncracies is an abbreviation for another word.

- Name the theme song of Bitch Boys (Beach)
- I always go after Sec 1 girls. Fresh, innocent, pure, lively and curious.
- [On his senior] I noticed her because she's very pretty.
- I live near SCGS. [Me: The school with the most indecent uniform in Singapore, bar none] [He Slurps] [Me: Also, Raffles Guys School.] My favourite.

- You chain into your costumes (change)
- Meet on wen'desday (wednesday)

- Hello...sorry...talking to the phone just now (ICQ message)
- [Line in skit] I'm going to jump, after so many years of dedicated service to the choir, they're dropping me to the lousy section of ALTO

- [New] BEATS members is only taken from Sec 3 batch (are only recruited from the)
- meanwhile you can go to your toilet break (for)

- You want to wear white you wear white, as long as it is colourful (???)
- I want to watch The Pair'triot (Patriot)
- We have made many milestones in a short but glorious history. (reached)

--- Choir Friends

 

- See the evil in the sky (eagle)
- Tell her not to wip for me (weep)
- shoo'ger cake (sugar)

--- RI choir singing

 

- you'll come riding on the wills of time (wheels)

--- RJ Choir singing

 

- when he leafs me(leaves)
- I heard air force coming up on TV(F4's) and "
- Let's strike a dill (deal)

--- RGS Choir singing

 

- The conductor of tonight's concert, Mr Nelson Kwei (for)
- Hope you had a nice break
- Can you feel the love tonight? I sure do.

--- MC for 1urv Affair concert

 

- You're singing slower than the organ (???)
- My parents was from Peking (were) (written)
- They captured the best choir award with their killer look and silence discipline
- [Don't sing like this, or] you'll burn in hell
- Don't stand with your legs so close together, you're not the Virgin Mary
- [Me: I heard that you are perverted.] Yah, I am.
- The choir are proud to present (is)
- VJ Choir has always function like a family and not just a CCA (functioned) (written)
- Though lovers are apart, but the passion never dies.
- All VC members are welcome to my house warming party on 24/9 from 4 pm onwards. Its a poolside party so please don't over dress. (written)
- Only a boy named David, but he could pray and sing. (song lyric - whether this is bad english is debatable. However, I have not given it the benefit of the doubt)
-Our first song...s (s sound added after a pause), yun2 fei1 tian1 bu2 dong4, Moving Cloud In A Still sky, is a Chinese art song which describes people's feelings ['feelings' said in a Hong Kong accent]. Though lovers [r in 'lovers' is rolled] are apart, but the *passion*, never dies ['never dies' said sleazily]. Like the boat that sails [said loftily] upon the shimmering water, it carries the love for the dear ones, far away. [polite claps from audience after prolonged pause]
- Caroller's Medley (Carollers') (song lyric)
- Fall on your knee (knees) (song lyric)
- It's the night while the dear saviour's birth (of) (song lyric)
- S-M-ORGY'S (Smorgies)

--- A conductor

 

- Guys, I know that you have hairy legs, but please don't give me a hairy sound. ('hair' instead of 'air')
- Anyway, none of you are up to my classical talent
- I must whip myself up
- Thank you for sharing this evening with me (...)

--- Another Conductor

 

 

- [On what happens if the choir is caught using photocopied scores] They will sue the school until it is banklupt (bankrupt)
- Get a wind blaker (breaker)
- We will sing Old Irish Bressing (Blessing)
- Get your chute (suit)
- Sing the Groria part (Gloria) (Pronunciation: Gloria with the 'l' replaced with a 'r')
- [On vocal technique] When humming, make sure your jar can move (jaw)
- This part has Santa Cross singing (Claus)
- Who has crassmates in the Chinese Orchestra? (classmates)
- Owtos... (altos)
- [Giving directions] When you walk out, you will see Bukit Timah Rude (road)
- [On how to get ECA points] Your attendant must be good (attendance)
- [On what a vocal instructress'll do] She'll teach you how to produce a dezent tone (decent)
- This is fairel (fairer)
- sprit for sectionals (split)
- crap (clap)
- He will give you salongs to wear (sarongs)
- Where is my cravrinova? (clarinova - an expensive sort of synthesiser, with realistic sound)
- You need to put in efforts (effort)
- Unless you have lesser people (less)
- They crose at four (close)
- He has prepared a package incruding (including)
- He has a difference style (different)
- That place is also not idea (ideal)
- For other k'why'ler (choir)
- [On the new design for the choir T-Shirt] The front rogo of the shirt (logo)
- [Reading a translation of a song] He cat silence (kept silent)
- [Reading a translation of a song] The injusti dealt to him (injustice)
- If you don't have a varied reason. you can't go for competition (valid)
- [On disadvantages of SATB choirs] The girls are usually more bland (blended)
- Go to the crassroom (classroom)
- You can't pronounce the words ploply (properly)
- kortets start next week (quartets)
- He scream you all out (screen)
- We're going to Siklap (Siglap)
- Who is following the bus back?
- The bus has to find the way
- Let the bus alight you at the MRT station (Let the bus drop you off at the MRT station)
- Lartin is different from Engrish (Latin. English)
- for korlal excellence... (choral)
- Those who are going street there (straight)
- bad row (back)
- Have all sessions finished their sessions? (sections)
- This is the ground froar (floor)
- Change into your long pen (pants)
- I want to letch your know (let you all)
- Angrigan high is before us (Anglican)
- sectional leadles... (leaders)
- If Saturday you didn't turn up... (If you don't turn up on Saturday)
- [On how to preserve the voice] Don't eat fried fruit (food)
- First row, don't brock the turd row's way (block. third)
- one moss thing (more)
- I don't want the side row clamped together (cramped)
- make sure you are project to the audience (project your voice towards the audience)
- oil your things are in the music lab (all)
- Can I have the exac number? (exact)
- They wantch you all to be disciplined (want)
- strictly three rows strict (straight)
- You all cannot jar together (gel)
- stamp your leg softly (???)
- disciprin (discipline)
- observe the etiquit (etiquette)
- nun-stop talking (non)
- if you air'ceed the time (exceed)
- from where I sleep/slit/seek/seat (sit)
- If you make a single mistake, gonecase already (we're finished)
- All her predicts come true (predictions)
- add fravour (flavour)
- certain parts aren't pie'dy (tidy)
- They don't want to give out too much golds (many)
- They want to pick out all the golds to give gold, silver, bronze (???)
- After she hurt you all (heard)
- It's practice owl (hour)
- don't left your bag here (leave)
- it is on the chwelth of July (twelth)
- be alurd (alert)
- [Warning the choir members to watch for her signal] I'll kill you all in (cue)
- tenel, it is difficult for you (tenor)
- There will be no food there so you can bring along some sand'weeges (sandwiches)
- No talking at the atriums (atrium)
- We'll set up the boot there (booth)
- The Temasek Polyclinic Choir (Polytechnic)
- pya'nist (pianist)
- [Telling choristers to get their parents to sign a consent form] acknowledge your parents (get your parents' consent)
- The songs that you sing have to be appeal to the Sec 1 batch (appeal)
- If you want to avoid this to happen (this)

--- A Choir teacher-in-charge


- I am very particulars (particular)
- We are taking a trips to Plaak (trip, Prague) (alternative : plaaaark)
- We will take a fright (flight)
- Here is the itinely (itinerary)
- The Plaak brad is good (Prague bread)
- We will sing a carols and watch orpla (carol, opera)
- Meet me at the airports with your luggages (airport, luggage)
- Remember that this is a lot of hard works for me (work)
- And remember, watch your pronounciation! (pronunciation)
- Most of the people understand Engrish (English)
- This is not even the first times I am saying this (time)
- When I went to Belgin... (Belgium)
- We will leave on Terse'day (Thursday)
- Remember your lip gross and your gruffs (gloss, gloves)
-
All males are provided (meals)
- change enough sheelings (shillings)
-
get your brazers (blazers)
-
Who is scared of frying? (flying)

--- Briefing on Prague trip by a choir teacher


- Go into the wine chellar (cellar)
- Do you all have enough frilm? (film)
- Did you bling your brazers? (bring)
- Where's my fan? (pen)
- bard... (but)

--- On Prague trip by a choir teacher

- I am very grad. (glad)
- You sing the merrady (melody)
- sprit up now (split)
- Choral singing can't crash (clash)
- This song is in Engrish style (the English)
- be more fruent (fluent)
- show your crispy voice (???)
- Make sure your vibrator is vibrating with good sound (voicebox?)
- [Describing a vocal technique] It's just like opening a sliding window
- crows/clout (cloud)
- I'm boiling a pot of soap. It's so tasty, everyone will want to drink it. (soup)
- a sunshine after raim (rain)
- And the Glory of the Lord shall be reviewed (revealed)

--- A vocal instructress for my choir

- I'll give you your passports one't by one't (one)
- The trolleys are 10 shillings itch for your luggages (each)
- Tarm is crucial (time)
- Take a sit (seat)
- Tim one? Tim two? Tim three? (team - a better word'd be Group)
- [Being hospitable] Enjoy your mill (meal)
- [Being cautionary] It's cold now. At night, its worst (worse)
- Welcome to Venna (Vienna)
- [Reading from an Encyclopedia entry on Austria] Austria produces wine't, and mines iron't. Here is a mine't (wine. iron. mine.)
- [Reading from an Encyclopedia entry on Austria] It has many million't people (million)
- [Reading from an Encyclopedia entry on Austria] It was the bow'wark of Yistern Europe (bulwark. Eastern.)
- [Reading from an Encyclopedia entry on Austria] the Austrian trone (throne)
- [Reading from an Encyclopedia entry on Austria] The Third Rike ruled Austria during World War Two (Reich)
- [Apologising] I don't know local history in dab (depth)
- You have a bah'feh breakfast (buffet)
- In 15 minutes, we will be at the border. Be prepet. Don't make comment (prepared. comments.)
- This is Union't Hotel (Union)
- Your competition't is tomorrow (competition)
- be puntual (punctual)
- The hotel has many other guesses (guests)
- We are now in Salzbert (Salzburg)
- [On attire needed for watching a performance] Don't wear jins (jeans)
- Are all the gropes here? (groups)
- She is your local guy't for the day (guide)
- She will be riff us for two days (with)
- My coat is rad (red)
- [Saying farewell] All the best for your future endenvours (endeavours)

--- Tour Leader from Singapore on the trip to Prague (end 1998)

 

 

- Have you finished your foot? (food)

--- waiter in a Chinese restaurant in Vienna

 

- utter dinner, you can relax (after)
- This is the main island - OH'HAA'OOO (Oahu - caps indicates stress on every syllable)
- These 3 building are a westidential area (buildings, residential)
- Wallets and haffa you can take along with you (handphones can be taken)
- The pillars represent the coconut tea (trees)
- We need 15 mins to do the shake in (check in)
- [Consulting group on the schedule] Or you want to die? (today)
- Please wade here (wait)
- Tomorrow we will go and see the bitches (beaches)
- Who wants to ride in the wan? (van)
- Who came with you? Any T-shirt? (teachers)
- After that, you'll be walking to the state where you'll be performing (stage)
- You'll be taking a goup picture (group)

--- Tour Guide on Hawaii trip

 

- Can hell me? (help)

--- Waitress in Hawaii

 

- the top [pile of T-shirts] is all extra lard (large)

--- Hawaii Shopkeeper