[at-l] The Police AKA Yogi as verb
tamarakrebs20 at hotmail.com
Fri Feb 9 02:17:06 CST 2007
>Maybe it's un-PC to teach English in the schools today, as it may offend
Illegal I am not, but Alien I am and learning Canadian English (a mix of
American and British plus EH) and not being a great speller, then comming
here it is totaly different. Litre=liter, Centre=Center, Cheque=check,
Touque=tobogan, Loonie=$1 coin, Twoonie=$2. coin, double double =coffee with
2 sugar &2 cream, etc etc That and British I think has to be the hardest
English to learn with Austrailian following close behind. Got your trousers
dirty? I had to laugh today another Nurse spelt the medical name for belly,
Abdomineal, when its Abdomenal geez even with a degree somepeople cant
spell. what the hell i cant spell either, but I can swear in 4 languages :D
woo kaers fff yr speln b bat, azz lung ass u kan cuss, hu gevs a $h!+.
TamaraKrebs20 at hotmail.com
From: Grammar Coach <grammarcoach1 at yahoo.com>
To: at-l at backcountry.net
Subject: Re: [at-l] Yogi as verb
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2007 11:37:17 -0800 (PST)
I'll second that. I had to correct someone on TrailForums recently who
posted a question about glacier "glass's." Can you believe it? He thought
"glasses" was spelled "glass's."
It's stunning how many people don't know the basics of the English language.
(Maybe it's un-PC to teach English in the schools today, as it may offend
Lilla Thompson <lthompson at hollins.edu> wrote:
And while we're at it, let's try to keep the *rampant* apostrophizing to a
minimum, shall we?
Just call me "Coach."
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