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Posted by  Per Corell on November 18, 2002 at 03:58:21:

In Reply to:  Re: opinion on getting back into architecture- acceptance posted by Per Corell on November 18, 2002 at 03:44:55:

Hi
Sorry I drifted off-topic with my last mail, as the critic are relevant . I can accept the critic from the point of view, that if you don't care about your spelling, then what else don't you care about.
But I do not think that you can judge a person or a persons work generaly from how the person care or don't care about his or her grammer ; ------- still maby the critics cary a bit truth within.
You se , I will not defend bad grammer and in a way I find this critic true, but when a person reach the age of 30 , and havn't refreshed the abilities to learn new languages, this person are way passed the point of no return. Or don't anyone here know any "language-invalides" ; people who's mind simply can't adabt new language information and have a "Tivoli" language that will never change , nomatter how hard they try to learn toexpress a language they didn't grow up with. We don't all have a sense of snow , a deep feeling about how incidents record in the materials, and you shuldn't blame those who havn't got this ability that somtimes can be more important than right grammers.

 
 
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