LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||09/OUT/2008 10:32 PM|
|Assunto:||Either / neither|
find a specific context in which it fits - there's always one out there
I think the earlier comment related to the petulant claim that the 'ugly' example was somehow superior to the natural, mother-tongue idiomatic version.
No one is suggesting that there is not a context in which each of the available structure in the language can be appropriately used, but that, rather, in the general context that was given a natural use of language is less awkward and is more refined
or does one insist on 'bloodimindedness'?
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