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Re: Reading builds brains

Post by Gord » Thu Jul 06, 2017 2:39 am

Lance Kennedy wrote:The etymological origin of the word, Gord, is not necessarily the way the word evolves in its useage.

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Re: Reading builds brains

Post by Lance Kennedy » Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:03 am

OK, Gord, I apologise. I should have acknowledged your help. So thank you.

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Post by Gord » Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:12 am

You don't need to apologise or thank me. I'm just glad you see that what I was posting was not a contradiction to what you said.
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Re: Reading builds brains

Post by Nikki Nyx » Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:25 am

I love etymology. While I realize that languages are living, changing things, it sometimes annoys me when words change their meaning, especially when people deliberately manipulate the language to obscure meaning. English is difficult enough...lol.
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Post by Lance Kennedy » Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:36 am

I often use the internet for etymological references. It is so easy. In Google, just type the word 'etymology ' followed by the word you are interested in. Some of the results are fascinating.

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Post by Austin Harper » Fri Jul 07, 2017 7:55 pm

I typically go to either wiktionary.org or etymonline.com for etymology information.
If you're interested in the topic, I would also recommend checking out the book The Etymologicon.
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Re: Reading builds brains

Post by Nikki Nyx » Fri Jul 07, 2017 8:08 pm

I was fortunate to have been able to skip Freshman English Comp in college as a direct result of my SAT scores. Instead, I was invited to participate in a Freshman English Seminar which was loads of fun, mainly because the professor was kind enough to assume we were as enthusiastic about the subject as he was.

Some of our assignments:
• Research the etymology of ten words (our choice), then use the word roots to make up five new words with sound etymological bases.
• Develop a consistent method to improve English spelling. (Something like what Jo is doing.)
• Write a Shakespearean sonnet with nontraditional subject matter.

I loved that class. Not only was it useful, it was also challenging and a lot of fun.
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Re: Reading builds brains

Post by Kyle_Connor » Mon Dec 04, 2017 11:20 am

Reading has many benefits. Improving brain activity is just one benefit. It opens up your imagination, learn new vocabulary, etc.

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Re: Reading builds brains

Post by ElectricMonk » Mon Dec 04, 2017 2:17 pm

Kyle_Connor wrote:Reading has many benefits. Improving brain activity is just one benefit. It opens up your imagination, learn new vocabulary, etc.



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Re: Reading builds brains

Post by Matthew Ellard » Mon Dec 04, 2017 9:15 pm

Kyle_Connor wrote:Reading has many benefits. Improving brain activity is just one benefit. It opens up your imagination, learn new vocabulary, etc.

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Post by Gord » Tue Dec 05, 2017 6:43 pm

If reading builds brains then why is everyone on the internet so dumb?
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Post by OlegTheBatty » Tue Dec 05, 2017 7:05 pm

Gord wrote:If reading builds brains then why is everyone on the internet so dumb?


What was the starting point?
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Re: Reading builds brains

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OlegTheBatty wrote:
Gord wrote:If reading builds brains then why is everyone on the internet so dumb?

What was the starting point?

How would I know? I post on the internet.
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Re: Reading builds brains

Post by karen_bubblegum » Thu Dec 14, 2017 2:59 pm

Praise the traditional publishing industry (versus multimodal Internet)!
Even if they're reading Cosmo, they're at least reading a grammatically correct text proofread by a team of editors.
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Post by Nikki Nyx » Wed Dec 27, 2017 11:52 pm

karen_bubblegum wrote:Praise the traditional publishing industry (versus multimodal Internet)!
Even if they're reading Cosmo, they're at least reading a grammatically correct text proofread by a team of editors.
Small, yet profit
Not necessarily. I've lost count of how many times I've corrected an allegedly edited article...lol.

In my house, when we hear a commercial that's grammatically incorrect, my daughter and I chime the correction in unison...
Advertisement: "Less calories!"
My daughter and I: "Fewer."
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Re: Reading builds brains

Post by xouper » Thu Dec 28, 2017 12:29 am

Here's an interesting discussion: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fewer_vs._less

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Nikki Nyx wrote:
karen_bubblegum wrote:Praise the traditional publishing industry (versus multimodal Internet)!
Even if they're reading Cosmo, they're at least reading a grammatically correct text proofread by a team of editors.
Small, yet profit
Not necessarily. I've lost count of how many times I've corrected an allegedly edited article...lol.

In my house, when we hear a commercial that's grammatically incorrect, my daughter and I chime the correction in unison...
Advertisement: "Less calories!"
My daughter and I: "Fewer."
:mrgreen:

I do that with lay/lie during every TV program and commercial.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u96yOj3iz4I
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Post by OlegTheBatty » Thu Dec 28, 2017 9:20 pm

Gord wrote:I do that with lay/lie during every TV program and commercial.


Which one is you?
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OlegTheBatty wrote:
Gord wrote:I do that with lay/lie during every TV program and commercial.

Which one is you?

The one exiting stage right.
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Post by JO 753 » Fri Dec 29, 2017 1:32 pm

Back to the OP - It occured to me wen I wuz in 5th grade that the mental abilityz required by reading will bekum specialized and inflexible if all they are ever required to do iz read English; that wutever potential they had will not be reached and any similar related abilityz that arent needed will atrofy and eventually die. So I started reading books upside down, sidewayz, in a mirror, upside down and sidewayz in a mirror.

I believ that effort, along with riting stuff for myself foneticly (befor I created nooalf) helped improov my mental ajility and power beyond wut it woud hav been otherwize.

Aside from the info we gain from reading, our literasy skillz plateaued sumtime in our teenz. Lerning other languajez can help, especially if they are a completely different system.

Altho the sement sets quickly, it can be cracked up and reorganized (if you realize therez a flaw), or at least added to later in life.
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Is that the source of your speech impediment?
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Post by JO 753 » Sat Dec 30, 2017 9:08 am

I know you ment that az a snarky insult, but I wuz actually developing a speech impediment. Nothing to do with literasy tho.

Sum uv my frendz and family hav a bad habit uv interrupting, and I wuz starting to automaticly expect to get only 3 or 4 wordz out, so woud pauze even befor the interruption and sumtimez even wen tokking to peepl hoo arent interrupterz.

Worse than that, I wuz starting to bekum an interrupter!

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Post by Nikki Nyx » Sat Dec 30, 2017 6:27 pm

Gawdzilla Sama wrote:
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Nikki Nyx wrote:Image

Boss Lady does a "lalalalalala"/death threat mashup when I suggest she lose some of her 1589 books.
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Post by Lance Kennedy » Sat Dec 30, 2017 7:30 pm

I have still got about a thousand books on our book shelves. I am slowly getting rid of the ones I do not re-read. Have not bought a paper book in ten years. But the memory on my kindle is rapidly approaching the 1,000 on the bookshelves. Yay for ebooks!

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Gawdzilla Sama wrote:
Nikki Nyx wrote:Image

Boss Lady does a "lalalalalala"/death threat mashup when I suggest she lose some of her 1589 books.

She has books from 1589? I'd keep those if I were her!
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Post by Poodle » Sun Dec 31, 2017 9:46 am

Gord wrote:[... She has books from 1589? I'd keep those if I were her!


I just read that post, saw the joke, sprinted to the bottom of the thread so that I could say .... and you'd got there before me. Damn!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Lance Kennedy wrote:Yay for ebooks!


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Hey, I've been in a comma for days.
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Poodle wrote:
Gord wrote:[... She has books from 1589? I'd keep those if I were her!

I just read that post, saw the joke, sprinted to the bottom of the thread so that I could say .... and you'd got there before me. Damn!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Gawdzilla Sama wrote:Hey, I've been in a comma for days.

We could all use a brief pause from time to time.
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Gord wrote:
Gawdzilla Sama wrote:Hey, I've been in a comma for days.

We could all use a brief pause from time to time.

And for comma splicing sentences.
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Gawdzilla Sama wrote:
Gord wrote:
Gawdzilla Sama wrote:Hey, I've been in a comma for days.

We could all use a brief pause from time to time.

And for comma splicing sentences.

That would be wrong, you should never do that, it makes your sentences hard to follow, I remember one time my friend's cat bit the back of my leg, it made me yell out in the middle of one of my sentences, everyone thought I was talking about Yelp but I wasn't, that's the sort of thing I mean.
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Gord wrote:
Gawdzilla Sama wrote:
Gord wrote:
Gawdzilla Sama wrote:Hey, I've been in a comma for days.

We could all use a brief pause from time to time.

And for comma splicing sentences.

That would be wrong, you should never do that, it makes your sentences hard to follow, I remember one time my friend's cat bit the back of my leg, it made me yell out in the middle of one of my sentences, everyone thought I was talking about Yelp but I wasn't, that's the sort of thing I mean.

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Post by JO 753 » Sun Dec 31, 2017 9:51 pm

WOW dats ugly.
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Gord wrote:
Gawdzilla Sama wrote:
Nikki Nyx wrote:Image

Boss Lady does a "lalalalalala"/death threat mashup when I suggest she lose some of her 1589 books.

She has books from 1589? I'd keep those if I were her!

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scrmbldggs wrote:bookstore


Don't you have a bokstore in your neighborhod?
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OlegTheBatty wrote:
scrmbldggs wrote:bookstore


Don't you have a bokstore in your neighborhod?

Noo. :no:
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