I daren't join the group, because no matter how hard i concentrate my fingers always seem to introduce some mistakes.
However, i submit the enclosed "Teabonics" link containing images of some rather interesting examples of "the English language as it is spoke by some Merkins"
elsiegee40 (1st April 2010)
GrumbleDook (1st April 2010)
I've joined on behalf of my brother in law who causes chaos in supermarkets by arguing with the assistants about the signage.
Me - I'm one of those shan't, won't can't make me type people
I use ~ize all the time.
Than again I am South African, and we have our own remix.
Also, we don't use Then, its Than, and its gray not grey.
ElsieGee40 - I'm glad you weren't with us last night on the ShoutBox - gramer went out the window
I've never stabbed someone for correcting my grammar, but I have come very close to stabbing someone for their grammatical errors
I have been learning english for a few years now and dont know all punctuations rules yet. So if you let me to be a member of this club, I promise I ll try to learn all of them
feel free to correct my mistakes
You are welcome to become a Pedantic Geek Elison... I quite like the idea of having a Russian member!
It is often said here that those who do not speak English as their first language speak English better than those of us born and brought up in Great Britain. Slang, bad grammar and poor punctuation must cause endless problems for those overseas and for businesses trading overseas.
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