'ing "Number Nine"...
|From:||Jonathan Chang <zhang2323@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, May 11, 2000, 5:39|
In a message dated 2000/05/10 09:15:01 PM, dawier wrote:
>And that gives a Grand Total of 9261 words of two syllables or less. I
>don't even care to calculate the number of three-syllable words right now!
>(Words of more than two syllables would probably be compound words or
>foreign loans: _Amitika_ "America", _inklik_ "English", _kampiuta_
>"computer", _Intanit_ "Internet"...
WoWzA... those spellings look like English-based pidgin language
Spellings/pronunciations more like pidgin (syntax at a rough jargon
Mi Amitikan-pila. Mi taik Inaka-lana taik. Mi a pila a
<<Me American-fellow. I talk Eng-land talk. I be fellow be