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Posted by  Rob the Tiger on November 22, 2002 at 12:35:49:

In Reply to:  Re: posted by Rob the Cat on November 22, 2002 at 00:24:52:

Every common language I know of (perhaps there are exceptions) have rules of proper structure and grammar; those rules were created to make a common understanding of said language. Language translators are well aware of the problems of translation; that is why they have to adhere strictly to the rules of written and spoken languages. If you have a poor understanding of the structural rules of any language, you are unlikely to communicate your thoughts effectively. Perhaps we will soon have computer software that will automatically convert languages as they are typed into the keyboard (such software may already exist, along with special keyboards). Until such software and hardware is commonly available, you should learn the rules of the language you are trying to use if you want to communicate successfully.

 
 
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