Re: My my, how time flies ...... it's been about "1 hour" -- anyone cracked CryptoSMS yet?
From: Joe Peschel (jpeschel_at_no.spam.org)
Date: Wed, 31 Aug 2005 02:41:03 -0000
Regis <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
> On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 21:38:22 -0000, Joe Peschel <email@example.com>
>>No, they don't have the same meaning.
> Yes, they most certainly do.
>>I'll do it again, because you've failed to understand.
> I didn't fail to understand.
> I just don't agree with you.
That's only because you're mistaken.
> Neither would anybody with proficiency in English.
Nonsense. You're the fellow who refuses to or doesn't understand.
Here it is again:
No, they don't have exactly the same meaning. They do have a similar one.
The difference is mainly one of emphasis, due to adding <i> very </i> as an
intensive linguistic element. See a dictionary, or Fowler, or Perrin, etc.
See those resources, please. Learn the definition of an intensive. Please
the read the above carefully, and consult the resources I've mentioned.
It's painless, really it is.
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