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        02-11-2010, 02:27 PM
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    Originally Posted by TaMMa89    
    *in every word. Now these nasty typos and other mistakes happen when I try to write a message while being busy with other things.

    Wow Sis that's difficult! I bet I'd never find the right word to use for example from these 'horses' .
    Ah it takes a little practise but one would get the hang of it.. the most difficult thing is learning all the forms ;) The top left forms are singular w/o defnite article, then plural w/o definite article and the ones below are with defnite article, singular and plural.

    In one of my books it actually said that Finnish was the most consistant in spelling, you know, having 1 letter for 1 sound, of the European languages. It also said that english is the most inconsistant x)
         
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