Da (muckefuck) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Fluency, cont.

The purpose of this post is to provide a discussion space in case anyone would like to continue the side conversations you had going under jerachnam's recent post on fluency before he deleted it. Or feel free to start new ones on the topic of fluency or any other subject related to it.

Once again, I'd like to remind my fellow members that you may turn off notifications for a post you've made if you feel the responses you're getting are not relevant. You may also replace the text of the OP with a note like "post deleted" and delete your comments individually if you have cause to regret them later. The advantage to these approaches is that they don't result in the trashing of exchanges by other community members.

Edit: Post-mortem metadiscussion (complete with screencaps of the original post and comments) taking place here: http://community.livejournal.com/linguaphiles/5429751.html.
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