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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby CAJUN LADY » Sun Apr 29, 2012 12:08 pm

Dale M. wrote:
campmaster-k wrote:I went to school to be a teacher. I did not become one for various reasons but I did however manage to end up with a Liberal Studies degree with an emphasis in Literature. the funny thing is I did 5 years of serious amounts of reading and writing in our weird language. I still to this day had to look up (emphasis and Literature) when I wrote the second sentence. I have never been good at spelling and it seems by now that I will never be.

There is a good book about this subject called "Crazy English".


Ahem....

http://www.microspell.com/

But you also have to know if spell check is actually supplying "correct" word, not just spelling "a word correctly'... To quick to accept "a correctly spelled word"can also get you into trouble....

Dale


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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby treemaker » Sun Jun 17, 2012 5:56 pm

In the past i had to stop and think about what Slowcowboy meant in his post, but now he makes perfect sense. However i now have an overwhelming urge to move to Wyoming. :lol:
It has some great scenery. :pictures:
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