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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by markmywords48
Thanks, Kalleh! I've made my annual pilgrimage home to the family in the USA. Every year I discover ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by markmywords48
Have sometimes heard the last two in the USA, but NEVER the first....
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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by markmywords48
Thank you, Jerry. It actually DID clear things up, although the difference is not as much as I had e......
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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by markmywords48
My friends from the UK and the Antipodes use "whilst" (some of them, at least) but so far, none of t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Scandinavian language(s) (in Questions & Answers about Words) by markmywords48
I've been on vacation; sorry for the delay in commenting on this. What you wrote is correct. I thoug......
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Discussion Topic  RE: CUSTOMER NOTCE (in Potpourri) by markmywords48
Exactly; that was my point. We agree....
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Discussion Topic  RE: CUSTOMER NOTCE (in Potpourri) by markmywords48
I guess this is an example of "is the glass half full or half empty?" because, since "their" and "th......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Tomorrow's Chat (in Community) by markmywords48
Thanks. Yes, everything else works just fine. Alas and alack, not the chat room(s). I use Internet E......
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Discussion Topic  RE: "Dutch" phrases (in The Vocabulary Forum) by markmywords48
And remember, in the UK a condom is a "French letter" while the opposite is true in France!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: "Dutch" phrases (in The Vocabulary Forum) by markmywords48
Florida is not the USA. It's Cuba Lite. Ha....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Tomorrow's Chat (in Community) by markmywords48
From my experience, I'd have to use GODzilla to get in!...
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Discussion Topic  RE: "Dutch" phrases (in The Vocabulary Forum) by markmywords48
I've heard that there was a cultural/linguistic interchange that affected American English much late......
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Discussion Topic  RE: CUSTOMER NOTCE (in Potpourri) by markmywords48
Not only are there many other problems here, but the "high-quality" and "one-year" as adjectives are......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Tomorrow's Chat (in Community) by markmywords48
Once more, I am unable to open your chat window and join in. Don't know why, but it's irritating....
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Discussion Topic  RE: British vs. American English (in Potpourri) by markmywords48
I have a Liverpool friend, nearly fifty, who invariably replies to a good e-mail joke with one word:......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Tomorrow's Chat (in Community) by markmywords48
Is an Alaskan islander eye doctor an Optical Aleutian?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: B I R T H D A Y S (in Community) by markmywords48
Uh, is that 40 cm or 40"? (Well, she COULD have been on the Atkins...)...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Your true pirate name (in Links for Linguaphiles) by markmywords48
Britney Spears? Surely you jest. Or, in Southern California terminology of yesteryear, "Gag me with ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: New Board Format? (in Community) by markmywords48
I'm a new member since last week, and haven't yet found how to view members' profiles. I have found ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Your true pirate name (in Links for Linguaphiles) by markmywords48
My first (of three) pirate names turned out to be "Calico" because I couldn't decide on a favorite c......
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