Some more editting -- Preface & Chap 1

Yann Guidon whygee at f-cpu.org
Fri May 31 11:36:37 PDT 2002


hi !

Bill Maltby LFS Related wrote:
> 
> On Fri, 31 May 2002, timothy bauscher wrote:
> 
> > Bill Maltby LFS Related spake:
> >
> > > > I'm staying with "an LFS" instead of "a LFS".
> > > > 'an' sounds better to me, kind of how you'd ...
> >
> > > It is also the grammatically correct usage. If
> > > the noun sounds like it starts with a vowel,
> > > "an" is proper. If it sounds like it starts with
> > > a consonant, "a" is proper.
> >
> > English is a crappy language. We should speak
> > Spanish :)
> 
> We do. And French and Irish and Scottish .... that's
> what makes it so crappy at the same time it is so
> rich and powerful. No other language has the degree
> of precision, nuances and flexibility of English.

coool :-) a langage troll :-)

i'm not chauvinist but french is quite nice.
German is another story but i guess that one has
to be german to fully exploit this incredible thing.
maybe i should practice german more often ? ...

> Bill Maltby
> billm at wlmcs.com
> 
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