Off topic: Another article about UK/US English
Thread poster: Clare Barnes

Clare Barnes  Identity Verified
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Sep 19, 2005

This is from the BBC website magazine

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/4252520.stm


 

Agnieszka Hayward
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I've learnt something new again :o) Sep 19, 2005

Thanks Clare for sharing.

Experience shows that nearly every locally or globally relevant event 'stirrs up' the language in some way.

Be it election campaigns, natural (or other, indeed) disasters, new scientific discoveries, etc.; they make our job frustrating and painful at times, but think of the 'creative factor'!icon_wink.gif

regards from the Quite Autumnized Warsawicon_biggrin.gif

[Edited at 2005-09-19 22:10]


 

Michael Deliso  Identity Verified
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Re: anoother article about UK/US english Sep 20, 2005

Hi Clare;
here is another article on the differences between UK/US english

http://www.edufind.com/english/grammar/which_english.cfm


 


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