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I suppose you were attracted to this site because my writing is so horrible. That's OK. However (knowing full well one must neither begin a sentence with however nor use parentheses), if I wanted to learn how to write enough to take a class, it wouldn't help a thing to have you writing my essays, would it?
Poking gentle critical humor at others is ok in Native American culture. I had wondered where I got it.... now the French, they insult everyone, and put a twist of salt on the wound while at it. It's all cultural.
Will he she it
Will you (pl)
Or so my old fashioned English teacher taught me in 8th grade. Language changes all the time alas.
News group grammar and punctuation shouldn't be judged by the same criteria as formal writing IMHO. I get to typing at my customary 42 wpm (nothing compared to me mum who did 100 wpm on an old mechanical typewriter) at midnight and Mistakes Happen.
I'm sorry. I didn't catch my fault.
It's funny you should post that, as I can't find anybody here who types fewer than 200 wpm - on ten devices simultaneously, each - except me. I recall going to BYU several years ago and marveling that I could detect the space between keystrokes of the students. I visited several college libraries across the country at the time, and I always felt so small because I couldn't type fast enough to establish a hum. Then, it occurred to me, those kids weren't caffeinated. Then, I didn't feel so bad.
I can type 90-some wpm for a test (with 2-4 errors), but there's no way I could maintain that speed for 16 or 22 hours a day every day.
You're better than me at that! there is a way to calculate it, you have to subtract the mistakes you make somehow. My mom was a real spelling monster, I often did chores for her in exchange for her typing up my high school papers. Then she'd re-write them so I finally learned on my own. Word processors sped me up a bit. I don't use my little fingers, and I'm slow on the piano too... it goes with piano skills, mom was good at that too.
I can feel myself slowing at many things now that I'm getting older. At least I'm aware of it. Normal I suppose.
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