Better it might be for you to say .....
I am a dyslexic who learnt proper English Grammer
Why the clumsy "I as ... Have" construction, it does not communicate as well as the former which
conveys the idea sufficient for the understanding :)
Personally I think spoken English has declined greatly since the Putney Debates.
As for when I am speaking, who gives a monkeys where the apostrophes are, figure it out, if you
don't use a mark in speech, why use it in writing. other than sommat to indicate the pauses which
could be a pretty design if you cared for it to be, indeed that is how puntuation started.
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> Subject: Re: [DYSLEXIA] Dyslexia & English Grammer
> I as a Dyslexic have learnt proper English Grammar over the
> years from being lucky enough to go to good schools in the 70s...
> The way I remember and correct people about these things are: -
> I/they wouldn't say me/her went to the shops so it's not me
> and her went to the shops, it's I/she went to the shops so
> it's she and I went to the shops...
> It's not me fell out, it's I fell out - therefore...
> How we get round this huge escalating problem caused by
> poorly educated people becoming teachers and not having their
> education corrected... it's only going to get worse until the
> Government realise that they have to invest more - like
> everything nationwide like health and rail and roads and I
> could go on... but this is not a political forum so I shalln't...!
> Nick in Northallerton