> Robin Chapman <email@example.com> writes: > >> They do indeed, while it is much easier just to use standard English. > > It is of course easier to use your particular variety of > English.
Can you read? That is not what I said.
> But why go on about it being "standard" and other varieties > being "non-standard"?
"non-standard" is your coinage. But why go on about standard English being (your words) "nothing particularly standard"?
-- Robin Chapman, www.maths.ex.ac.uk/~rjc/rjc.html "Elegance is an algorithm" Iain M. Banks, _The Algebraist_