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yup- especially for Quebeckers... Franglish!!
LOL and I am fluent in Franglais selkie :)
I am glad to hear that you call Z Zed and not Zee. I try to do my best to be open-minded and egalitarian, when it comes to the various forms of the English language, but it makes my teeth grind, when I hear Americans ending the alphabet with a Zee.Prefectdt
yeah it sounds funny to say/hear zee .... and the spelling !!! I am still adding words to the 'dictionary' on my pc.....
Well, Morningstar, I have to say that I had no idea that Canadians and Americans were so different. It's like the differences between talking to Lindy from Australia and Roz from NZ. Every so often they throw a word at me that I have no idea what they are saying! I love that English is so diverse.--Baker
nodding very true Baker - I remember my first trip to Britain... at times I needed a translator - eg.. wanted a sweater (cause it was cold) and they showed me everything BUT a sweater... turns out I should have been asking for a 'jumper' le sigh
LoL Morningstar, I love it! Oh yes on zed not zee and colour lol. It amazes me too how we mag all speak English yet at times still don't understand each other lolHugs Roz
(smiling) language is an interesting topic isn't it Roz??