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Re: Gramma and correctness
There are two kinds of people in the world,or so I found when I was
teaching (many long years ago) a) spells naturally , easily and without a
b) has to learn and may always struggle.
Simple equation - but then along came this diabolical machine and system
called the Internet. Now I, who was one of the category a) types spellers
have to use a spell check, frequently mistype and seem dyslexic. So as long
as people get the gist of what you are sayig (or computering) why worry?
Do you see what I mean?
At 03:50 PM 25/06/00 +0100, you wrote:
>I regret that my grammer and spelling are not 'up to snuff', and I apologise
>for not attaining your collective high standards - however I do find it a
>little odd that my various publishers, seven in all, have never complained.
>Nonetheless, please forgive me but I must state, in mitigation, that
>Englishwas my third language, chronologically speaking, and there will
>always be room for improvement. |Or is it simply a case of dyslexic typing
>due to time pressures?
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