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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Editor, TB & Jom 18.

(i)

“Reader, I married him.”
- Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

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(ii)

"Reader; I married him!"
- Me

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sejak jadi pembantu editor, dah pandai main tanda baca ._.

ps: promo - isu ini antara kerja editing yang paling saya enjoy! :D

3 comments:

Alyaa Ali said...

belajar juga bila ambil course bahasa ni ;D
walau pada setiap tona suara pun boleh beri makna berbeza.
best masyaAllah ^^

Umairah. said...

alyaa;
setuju!

bak kata jim rohn;

"you can't be lazy in language; it costs too much. what if you meant to say "what's troubling you?" and instead you said "what's wrong with you?" wow, that's too big a mistake." - jim rohn

tapi chup, err paham ke entri akak nie? ;P

Alyaa Ali said...

there's a big difference between 'troubling' and 'wrong'. phew~
orang bahasa perlu sentiasa teliti dengan pemilihan bahasa dalam kehidupan seharian, kan?
think before you talk ^^

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haruslah faham

you are married to a reader
ehems ;D