New people - Grammar

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RE: New people

Post by AJBryant » Mon 08.20.2007 6:56 am

Excellent. :)

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RE: New people

Post by clay » Mon 08.20.2007 6:59 am

Time for a group hug everyone.
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RE: New people

Post by ss » Mon 08.20.2007 7:36 am

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RE: New people

Post by Mike Cash » Mon 08.20.2007 8:55 am

pubju wrote:
Mike Cash wrote:
How much more effort would it be to write "sorry" instead of "srry"?
Oh how do you sleep at night? ;)
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RE: New people - Grammar

Post by CajunCoder » Tue 08.21.2007 3:26 am

Welcome Nucks!

You display quite a lot of maturity. I was rather impressed that you took everyone's advice with a thoughtful and open mind.

Most of us here are so because we have a deep interest in language. So, I suppose it is only natural that many of us have a tendency to jump on people who don't seem to make an effort to use even their own language well. There are also many people here who's native language is not English, so they may not be able to understand lazy grammar/spelling.

Anyway, please do not let this discourage you from participating on these forums! Just learn from it, move on, and have fun :)

Good luck in your studies! If you can keep that mature, open-mind, you should go far in life.

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RE: New people - Grammar

Post by pubju » Tue 08.21.2007 5:38 am

Mike Cash wrote:
pubju wrote:
Mike Cash wrote:
How much more effort would it be to write "sorry" instead of "srry"?
Oh how do you sleep at night? ;)
Like a graven image. Why do you ask?
Oh, no reason. :)

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