Re: How to imap a that behaves defferent according conditions?
On 11/01/09 10:06, StarWing wrote:
> by the way, we speak chinese here, may be not good...
Well, there are pros and cons:
The advantage is of course that, if you both speak Chinese natively, you
run less risk of misunderstanding one another due to bad mastery of the
The disadvantage, also "of course", is that you shut off from
participation anyone who doesn't understand Chinese.
Now it happens that, for good or bad, the vehicular language of this
mailing list is English. This doesn't necessarily mean that even a
majority of participants are native English speakers: Bram is a
Dutchman, there are several prominent French-speakers, quite a number of
Chinese, some Russians and at least one regular Spaniard, to name only a
few. To be sure, there are some British and Usonian people here too,
including several quite prominent members of this group, but I'm not
sure they are the majority. All that "vehicular language" means is that
all posters are expected to understand what is said in English, and to
be able to make themselves understood in something resembling English
(even broken English, but of course, the more broken, the less
understandable it will be). With the help of a dictionary and/or grammar
ARTHUR: A scratch? Your arm's off!
BLACK KNIGHT: No, it isn't.
ARTHUR: Well, what's that then?
BLACK KNIGHT: I've had worse.
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