Name: Sally central Maryland slef employed writier
Just picked up my husband's old school book from Spanish class (we are the kind to save almost any textbook LOL) 1965 printing of a 1945 book... and its titled An Invitation to Spanish subtitled A Gay and Simple Guide to the Reading and Speaking of Modern Spanish
which in this day and age makes be think perhaps Coversacion topics lean to ''amigos'' discussing hairstyles, fashion, clothing,
I think that I shall never see...A poem lovely as a tree ( Kilmer) Whatever the weather, you can bring your own sunshine (DD) I'm not REAL smart but I think I'm pretty good average (my dad)
Name: Stormy Valley Forge Pa I Love MAM ~ So Happy Together
My nieces always challenge me when they hear me use the word gay in it's original context. A friend of mine was British as always used the word queer in it's original context too. Hook up is another phrase they always challenge me on. I tell them to get some education before deciding to correct me. They are tired of hearing that line, because they know how it will turn out when they do research it.
Name: Carol Noel Hawaii (near Hilo) It's all about choices.
I know I was chided for using 'get' so often by a Brit.... (we use it for everything...think about it). From spending time in NZ and OZ I started using the term Bugger, as in "it's all buggered up", or, "Oh, Buggerall"...which sends the English into fits!!!