Everywhere in the world you can hear people swearing or using foul language. Even when learning a second
language, many people know how to swear before they can speak the language properly. Indeed, it is a disease.
Recently, in New Jersey, the government decided to do something about the problem. It banned swearing.
You could face a US$500 fine, including a three-month jail term for swearing. Considering the trivial nature
of the crime, the punishment seemed quite harsh to some. Some say the law infringes on their rights. But
others say it is a good law because people in New Jersey have really stopped swearing so much.
ignore 忽视 = drop sb out of
swear vi.说脏话 vt.发誓 vow 发誓 I swear I'll never swear.
everywhere in the world = all over the world
language 作可数，语言 作不可数，言辞
foul language 脏话 We've had foul weather. 不良天气
When doing the work, you should be careful.
normal language properly -- in the right/normal/proper way
We should do something about the traffic problem.
ban = prohibit
My father was harsh(hard) on me. be strict with
He was fined 50 dollars for speeding.
He did well on the test. 表现良好 on the examination (不用in,考试卷子上)