On 2011/04/02 12:54 AM Len Copley wrote:
My English dictionary tells me at the beginning , that Canada is unique, in as much as
Canadians will spell correct English or use American English.
Huh? More of this "correct English" bullshit. Correct English in Great Britain is different
than correct English in Canada which is different than correct English in the U.S. of A.
There is no one "Correct English". So quit being such an arrogant prig.
BTW, how do you like all the new words added to the OED this year?
Larry I. Gusaas
Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan Canada
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