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On 2/04/2011 12:42 PM, Len Copley wrote:
Correct English, is that spoken by the Queen of England, all good English dictionaries, will have the correct spelling and meaning of true English words. American dictionaries will say English Dictionary, however, it will be in American English. An example would be, License spelt with an S, is generic to all licenses in America. In English License spelt with an S means authority to make, copy, sell Licensed equipment etc. Licence with a C in English, English only means, permission to use a product like Microsoft Windows, or drive a car, plane, boat etc.

English has a set of rules that tells you how it should be used. As words come and go in English. The new words are all subject to ther rules of English, even though it is an Dynamic language. The building blocks of English are Root Latin Words.
Len Copley.

On 2/04/2011 7:57 AM, Larry Gusaas wrote:
On 2011/04/01 1:20 PM  Len Copley wrote:
I agree, as English spoken by Americans is different to correct English
Please, pray tell me, what is bloody correct English?


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