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What makes this worse is that the English are now using Z's. I was at he Natural History Museum in London and all the information on the displays in the Dinosaur section used Z's not S's in spellings. 'What a F******* Liberty !.
AnonymousWhat makes this worse is that the English are now using Z's. I was at he Natural History Museum in London and all the information on the displays in the Dinosaur section used Z's not S's in spellings.
[:^)] "Thiz fozzil waz dizcovered in Azia?"
CB
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Actually I'm wrong according to wikapedia and the oxford english dictionary the use of Z's is not an Americanism, its correct english. The OED gives the Z spelling first with the S as an option. Read the wikapedia entry its very interesting. Well, you learn something everyday.



I still prefer S's.
AnonymousActually I'm wrong

Hats off, Anon! That may well be the first time that phrase has ever been uttered on an ESL forum.

MrP
I like your explanation. Are you from Greek. I have a colleague who talks or writes like you.
Very simple and good explanation. Well done.
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Thats why so many variations in cheese made from the same milk. Good. Lighten up but why unnecessarily?