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Re: A-R-I-S-A-E-M-A

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For transatlantic clarity I mean't  "Inglish" & "becuming".   Aren't Ahsyreemuzz beautiful?
----- Original Message -----
From: Ron Iles
Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2002 5:04 AM
Subject: Re: A-R-I-S-A-E-M-A

At last this "Much Adoo about Nothing"  is becoming more interesting to a meer Brit.  I do get miner problems with American "English" up with which Ay will not poot.  I just translayte it pashently intoo proper English.  
Yors obzervantlee
Ron Ayls
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 7:24 PM
Subject: Re: A-R-I-S-A-E-M-A

The late Ken Aslet, a British horticulturist of note, speaking to the First Interim International Rock Garden Plant Conference (1976) in Seattle said "George Bernard Shaw said that the English and Americans were separated by a common language; my experience is that we are separated by a common horticultural language."

Iza Goroff
Whitewater Wisconsin USA

... often the British and Americans can scarcely understand one another while speaking essentially the same language!

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