lachlan wrote:-while we speak, the hours are fleeing and old age calls our names!
* on a side note... the exclamation point does that mean there should be a imperative? im not too sure what it would be going on.. it would be on a verb would it be calls?
dum dicimus, horae fugiunt et senectutem nostra nomines ducite!
-the desire for true friendship will always live in the hearts of many men and women.
** i dont know the word for hearts, & we've only covered up to chapter 11 in wheelock and usually we dont get words that we havent covered.. and either im completely retarded or I dont think Ive learnt the word for heart...
verae amicitae semper vivet in ...... (hearts in the ablative plural) ... multae virorum et feminarum cupiditas
i really would appreciate any feedback.
Alatius wrote:Yes, I realize it is a somewhat snide remark, and for that I am sorry...
Lex wrote:the new net n texting wayz r 2 die 4 if u r a lazy typist but omg their readability sux.
Lex wrote:Alatius wrote:Yes, I realize it is a somewhat snide remark, and for that I am sorry...
Don't be sorry; you were right the first time. The e e cummings / bell hooks / netd00dz approach to writing is atrocious. My opinion is that the spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and spacing conventions in English must have come about for a reason. I'm guessing it had something to do with readability. the new net n texting wayz r 2 die 4 if u r a lazy typist but omg their readability sux. It's more considerate to the reader to make your writing as clear and readable as you can. It's also good practice, for those times when you have to write correctly, to ... write correctly. And how can you expect to master a foreign language, if you're not willing to master your own? ttfn
Kasper wrote:.Mastery of language does not only mean having the capability to write in a formalistic manner, but to be be equally, if not more, adept at more casual or colloquial mannerisms.
calvinist wrote:I've noticed that I go back and forth in my posts. It must have something to do with my mood!
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