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Guest:Is British (English) English not 'authentic' ... indeed the MOST 'authentic' ?
English isn't my native Language, but I think you should use "have" once you have in the sentence "Northeast Spa and Pool Association", it means 1 and other that is equal to "they", so "they have" and it isn't "she/he/it has".
Well, just my opnion.
The "authentic" was intended to be within the scope of both clauses.
Guest:I like British. It is much more proper.
JTT: There is no one form, one dialect, of any language that is inherently superior to another. This is an old canard best relegated to the trash heap.
Guest:"JTT: There is no one form, one dialect, of any language that is inherently superior to another"
Thank you for your opinion, but I most heartily disagree.
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