Full wave antennae on 137kHz?
On Thu, 27 Jul 2017 14:12:47 +0100, Ian Jackson
In message , Custos Custodum
Not many people write "shewn" for "shown" these
I recall 'shewn' in my primary school arithmetic books, Mind you, it was
some time ago.
As for Latin plurals, I feel that in cases where the Romans would never
have used that word for something (either because the thing did not
exist, or if it did exist, we now use the word for something somewhat
different), the Anglicised ending is usually preferable.
Absolutely! All foreign borrowings should be naturalised and given a
regular English plural wherever possible. I haven't had much success
with 'criterions' yet, however. :-)
I really cringe
when I hear the pretentious 'musea', 'stadia' and (topically)