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  • Lpherr

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    Ya’ll spelt nuthin wrong!
    I thought it was "nuttin"?

    English was my worst subject in school.
    And now, many years later, hearing and seeing the improper use of grammar for so long, has made it so much worse.

    Yeah...I'm stoopid.
     

    Nazgul

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    Was taught by Catholic nuns in grade school, they were murderous on spelling/punctuation and sentence structure. I learned to read by using phonics and I can write and read cursive. So mistakes irradiate me.........:dunno:

    Don
     

    Dirty Steve

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    I have always felt that if you are going to use the King's English, use it correctly, otherwise just speak in text gibberish so that I clearly understand not to listen to you as soon as you open your mouth.

    Dirty Steve
     

    Creedmoor

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    I have always felt that if you are going to use the King's English, use it correctly, otherwise just speak in text gibberish so that I clearly understand not to listen to you as soon as you open your mouth.

    Dirty Steve
    I have yet to ever read any of the Kings English on INGO, unless it's quoting a Monty Python scene.

    • Good day, My Lady, or My Lord.
    • 'Tis a pleasure to meet thee.
    • Thou art most Welcome!
    • Hast, thou seen the Joust?
    • Hail to thee, goodly gentles.
    • Welcome and well met.
    • Thank thee.
    • Thou art most welcome!
     
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