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Odd English !


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Yeah, but the fact that spaghetti was actually brought to western civilization by Marco Polo who found it in the Far East (China I think) is irrelevant to a topic pertaining to the quirks and inconsistencies of the English language.


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I have always felt the same way.

A driveway is were your park, a parkway is were you drive. It doesn't make sense.

A word spelled the same has to different meanins. Pound, I will pound in this nail, I weight one pound. aaaghhh.
"were" were you when proper English was being taught?


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that was very good.


I got a bone to pick...dont confuse English with American, I just had to google the words parkway and sweetmeats to see what they mean!:D:lol::D