Re: Career questions: databases

From: Bob Badour <>
Date: Mon, 02 Jul 2007 15:10:21 -0300
Message-ID: <46893f78$0$4329$>

'69 Camaro wrote:

>>>>inability to comprehend written english
>>>Is that different to English?
>>English is not a single language. Written english is different from spoken
>>english. Different parts of the brain process each, and it is quite
>>possible for an individual to comprehend spoken english who cannot make
>>any sense of written english whatsoever.
>>I have no information by which to evaluate Morgan's comprehension of
>>spoken english so I can only draw conclusions regarding his comprehension
>>of written english.

> Keith was gently pointing out that the word "English" is a proper noun. 
> Proper nouns should always be capitalized, even if your name is e.e. 
> cummings.  ;-)
> HTH.
> Gunny

Since english is neither a person nor a place nor an event, and since one can limit it with modifiers like any and some as in "She speaks some english, and he doesn't speak any english", I respectfully disagree. Received on Mon Jul 02 2007 - 20:10:21 CEST

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