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Some clever things have been done with the English language. The most common letter by far in our language is 'e'. It is also the most common in French. Years ago a Frenchman wrote a novel without once using the letter e in it. Not to be outdone an Englishman translated it without ever using the letter e in his version. Now that takes some doing, in French or English.

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I was marking a piece of written work many years ago and when I remarked, "That`s not how you spell (that word)."

The lad replied, "Well, that`s how I spell it."

Oh - - - what a little individualist! (or something.)

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Aye were traipsin abart like a brokken winded pessimire  (Bramcote) please translate if tha can!

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