'Outer Space' English

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harryc
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Re: 'Outer Space' English

Post by harryc » Sun Oct 08, 2017 5:56 pm

Go take up half a screen with your poster style!

Your 'language skills' are exhibited eloquently with your imaginative GFY.



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Manfromnorth
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Re: 'Outer Space' English

Post by Manfromnorth » Sun Oct 08, 2017 10:05 pm

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harryc
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Re: 'Outer Space' English

Post by harryc » Mon Oct 09, 2017 7:37 am

Agreed!

I have no idea why someone started to go down the avenue of a personal attack.

This an open forum - and if a discussion is not interesting for someone - then you just don't read or reply - and there is also an 'ignore' feature.

There is no place here for personal abuse - and when it gets uncivilized and includes crass language (direct or implied) - the moderators step in - hopefully.


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Re: 'Outer Space' English

Post by israelrt » Sat Oct 14, 2017 8:00 am

previous message wrote: Very few of us still speak like Chaucer or even like Dr Samuel Johnson.
harryc wrote:I'm not referring to Beowulf!
Beowulf was written around 700 AD in Old English.
Chaucer wrote around 1400 AD in Middle English.
If you think that Chaucer wrote Beowulf, you have serious problems.


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Re: 'Outer Space' English

Post by harryc » Sun Oct 15, 2017 10:17 am

Was not referring to the 'Middle English' of Chaucer - and certainly not to the 'Old English' Beowulf of MANY centuries before that - the best part of a 'millenium,' in fact.

And surely not to Ethelberht's code of the 7th century. :)


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