Well, who hasn't noticed that learning is indeed very boring for you
Jacques from Ottawa wrote:
Thank you for posting the above and thereby confirming what I wrote (above above). When're you gonna travel out of your state and see the world, well, starting with any neighbouring state?
I'm curious. Please tell me. Why do you make it so easy for your interlocutors?
To defend Jacques English, He is using the King's English which is not always the same as American English.<quoted text>
Uh, what is "when're"? LMAO! Some people like jackfish can't learn because they're unable to get their ego out of the way. You flappers are just a bunch of talking heads! Pitiful losers, actually. I highly doubt that any of them have ever told the truth about anything. Sad. lil squidboys
When I came back from Vietnam I enrolled in night school and bought a Collins Dictionary which is the Brit's English and I used their spelling and my college instructor informed me that I had to use Webster's.
I was at RAF Upper Heyford, where the USAF had their F-111Fs based at in the mid-1980s for about two weeks (I can not tell you why I was there) and they had a Pup outside the gate which had a sign over the bar which said "English spoken here, American understood".