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Posted by  Per Corell on November 21, 2002 at 02:38:07:

In Reply to:  Re: opinion on getting back into architecture posted by Rob the Tiger on November 20, 2002 at 16:19:59:

Hi
Here in this contry, when I went to school , there were only one way to place the commas and points, ------ then near last grade we got another option, as then the language was alloved to be loosened and not so restrictive ; acturly these new rules made everything a bit easyer to express. But either you shuld use one system or the other.
This went on for many years, then came the computer.
With that text shuld be easyer read, and recently the last 7 -- 8 years, a new set of rules been pointed to, by these chalk-fingered professors ; ----- the text are allowed a very tolerant comma and punctation structure . Realy it were difficult at a start, while everyone were used to a comma before every "at" ,somthing you just do automaticly , but when you tried reading texts without forced comma's , the text acturly become more easy to read, the meaning are better progressed, and the "rythm" become less stacatto.
These things I don't know about , about english .
These things I don't know about about english.
Can a language move ,with evolution in time.
Can a language move with evolution ,in time.
Sorry spelling are not the only hassle, sorry to say that I somwhere feel that you english talking ones, are the ones missing the small but important neuances in language ;))
As I said, ----- with new means even our language will change, you want everyone to use english, but as the Romans you need to adabt technologies, aswell as when somthing work better.

 
 
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