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This is a forum in which people ask questions, and other people answer them. It's a VERY GOOD forum for that purpose. No probs.

However, I am LOOKING for an English Grammar forum which exists, not to pose and answer questions, but just to chat about the English language; somewhere where people who are ALREADY knowledgeable can discuss fuzzy points and grey areas (where the experts disagree).

Anyone know of anywhere?

Rommie
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this forum sometimes works like that anyway, just post your question / issue for debate and see what happens. I'd like to be a bit more discursive sometimes.

also: you might like this site, which doesnt allow the plebs to join inthe debate, but will give you access to a lot of linguistic experts. They generally tend to be a bit sniffy about anything that smacks of prescriptive grammar, tho!
http://linguistlist.org/ask-ling /
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Rommie, start it! do it! It will catch on here (we have around 3,000 people a day on the site - I'm sure you'll find some 'blood')
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