I've been watching and I 've yet to see them present a word of English /Anglo-Saxon origin.
Is there some rule forcing them to use obscure foreign words co-opted in the language.
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I've been watching and I 've yet to see them present a word of English /Anglo-Saxon origin. Is there some rule forcing them to use obscure foreign words co-opted in the language.

I recorded it, so no spoilers, please. If someone dies, don't tell me who did it.
JOE
I've been watching and I 've yet to see them ... forcing them to use obscure foreign words co-opted inthe language.

I recorded it, so no spoilers, please. If someone dies, don't tell me who did it. JOE

No problem.
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I've been watching and I 've yet to see them ... them to use obscure foreign words co-opted in the language.

I recorded it, so no spoilers, please. If someone dies, don't tell me who did it.

The winner was the only kid who did not spell "lose" l-o-o-s-e.

Tony Cooper
Orlando, FL
joetaxpayer formulated the question :
I've been watching and I 've yet to see them ... them to use obscure foreign words co-opted in the language.

I recorded it, so no spoilers, please. If someone dies, don't tell me who did it. JOE

Recording ... ideal for the kid who kills time running out the clock when they don't know the answer. Oh, wait. They all do that.

Yours,
Dan S.
Puedes corregir mi español... me gusta ... llámame masoquisto.
I recorded it, so no spoilers, please. If someone dies, don't tell me who did it.

The winner was the only kid who did not spell "lose" l-o-o-s-e.

He asked that there be no spoilers Tony.
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On May 31, 10:12 pm, Dan S.
joetaxpayer formulated the question :

I recorded it, so no spoilers, please. If someone dies, don't tell me w=ho did it. JOE

Recording ... ideal for the kid who kills time running out the clock when they don't know the answer. Oh, wait. They all do that. Yours, Dan S. Puedes corregir mi espa=F1ol... me gusta ... ll=E1mame masoquisto.

=BFmasoquista?

John
The winner was the only kid who did not spell "lose" l-o-o-s-e.

And the runner-up was the farmer who was asked to spell "auspice".

Peter Moylan http://www.pmoylan.org

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joetaxpayer formulated the question : Recording ... ideal for the ... S. Puedes corregir mi español... me gusta ... llámame masoquisto.

¿masoquista?

Yep, and also often masoca colloquially like that (="a sucker for punishment").
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