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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Re:Booze worse than drugs ???
Posted by: Alan Brainsby
Date/Time: 02/11/10 14:19:00

No. It's my way of differentiating between advertising (noun, gerund, etc) and advertizing (verb).

I recognize that some confusion may occur but with the exception of certain words which always take the '-ise' suffix I favour the '-ize'.

Unfortunately this does appear to be US English which only demonstrates the fact that their version of the language has not changed much since the time of the Pilgrim Fathers.
Well, how often is 'gotten' used as a verb by British English speakers?

OK. Possible exceptions could be those from the WRR aka GOC or the SRSY aka PRSY. :)

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Booze worse than drugs ???01/11/10 19:21:00 Andy Wright
   Re:Booze worse than drugs ???01/11/10 23:26:00 M. Duley
      Re:Re:Booze worse than drugs ???02/11/10 00:19:00 Alan Brainsby
         Re:Re:Re:Booze worse than drugs ???02/11/10 11:31:00 Keith Iddon
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Booze worse than drugs ???02/11/10 14:19:00 Alan Brainsby
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Booze worse than drugs ???02/11/10 15:51:00 Nathan Brown
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Booze worse than drugs ???02/11/10 20:01:00 Alan Brainsby
                     Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Booze worse than drugs ???03/11/10 01:29:00 Keith Iddon
   Re:Booze worse than drugs ???07/11/10 22:59:00 Nina Thornhill

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