Thursday, 19 April 2018

An (April)

Voice simulation makes grammatical oops like “The next train on Platform Nine is a Epping train’, not calibrated for words starting with vowels. A Hurstbridge train is tolerable. It’s a lost battle deciding if an historian is more credible than a historian, given users have forgotten there’s an issue, or even a issue. There’s the split indefinite article, unknown to Fowler, “You’re a nidiot!”- not alas left behind in the schoolyard. When an April shower turns into ‘nApril shower doubt is cast on the very existence of the word, unless it’s another example of the great Austral nose tone unturned.

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