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Eenerzjeeties?
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Ruud Harmsen
2018-10-04 18:06:02 UTC
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Zeggen de enerzjie-zegger (zoals ik) ook hoog-enerzjetisch? Of liever
hoog-energetisch, met de tweede g van gegeven? Ik wel.
hoog-enerzjeeties. Dat sloeg me als raar. U ook?
Sorry, wrong group.
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Daud Deden
2018-10-04 20:37:05 UTC
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Zeggen de enerzjie-zegger (zoals ik) ook hoog-enerzjetisch? Of liever
hoog-energetisch, met de tweede g van gegeven? Ik wel.
hoog-enerzjeeties. Dat sloeg me als raar. U ook?
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Ruud Harmsen, http://rudhar.com
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Did you mean: Zeggen de enerzjie-zeggen (zoals ik) ook hoog-energetisch?

Some people here are very sensitive to typos.
wugi
2018-10-04 21:24:16 UTC
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Zeggen de enerzjie-zegger (zoals ik) ook hoog-enerzjetisch? Of liever
hoog-energetisch, met de tweede g van gegeven? Ik wel.
hoog-enerzjeeties. Dat sloeg me als raar. U ook?
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Ruud Harmsen, http://rudhar.com
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Did you mean: Zeggen de enerzjie-zeggen (zoals ik) ook hoog-energetisch?
Some people here are very sensitive to typos.
No, he meant
Zeggen de enerzjie-*zeggers* (zoals ik) ook hoog-enerzjetisch?

Sayers like he.
Some Dutch* do say "aynerzhee" instead of "energie".
(ie, like in French "énergie" instead of expected Dutch g.)
(* Usually people who would tease us Flemings that we're too indebted to
French.)
(but even those people are likely to say energetisch and not
aynerzhayteess.)
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guido wugi
Ruud Harmsen
2018-10-05 07:21:02 UTC
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Sayers like he.
Some Dutch* do say "aynerzhee" instead of "energie".
(ie, like in French "énergie" instead of expected Dutch g.)
(* Usually people who would tease us Flemings that we're too indebted to
French.)
(but even those people are likely to say energetisch and not
aynerzhayteess.)
Exactly. Meanwhile confirmed. More Dutch people than me (no Flemish
respondents so far) use the French g in 'energie' but the Dutch g in
'hoog-energetisch'. The latter is about particles, like those in alpha
radiation.

It's consistently (3 respondents) inconsistent.
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Ruud Harmsen, http://rudhar.com
António Marques
2018-10-05 11:05:41 UTC
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Post by wugi
Sayers like he.
Some Dutch* do say "aynerzhee" instead of "energie".
(ie, like in French "énergie" instead of expected Dutch g.)
(* Usually people who would tease us Flemings that we're too indebted to
French.)
(but even those people are likely to say energetisch and not
aynerzhayteess.)
Exactly. Meanwhile confirmed. More Dutch people than me (no Flemish
respondents so far) use the French g in 'energie' but the Dutch g in
'hoog-energetisch'. The latter is about particles, like those in alpha
radiation.
It's consistently (3 respondents) inconsistent.
Dat is heel Nederlands, nu, is het niet.
Ruud Harmsen
2018-10-05 18:45:44 UTC
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Fri, 5 Oct 2018 11:05:41 -0000 (UTC): António Marques
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Post by Ruud Harmsen
Post by wugi
Sayers like he.
Some Dutch* do say "aynerzhee" instead of "energie".
(ie, like in French "énergie" instead of expected Dutch g.)
(* Usually people who would tease us Flemings that we're too indebted to
French.)
(but even those people are likely to say energetisch and not
aynerzhayteess.)
Exactly. Meanwhile confirmed. More Dutch people than me (no Flemish
respondents so far) use the French g in 'energie' but the Dutch g in
'hoog-energetisch'. The latter is about particles, like those in alpha
radiation.
It's consistently (3 respondents) inconsistent.
Dat is heel Nederlands, nu, is het niet.
Certainly, being consistently and stubbournly inconsistent is a
national pastime.
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Ruud Harmsen, http://rudhar.com
Daud Deden
2018-10-06 01:47:21 UTC
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Fri, 5 Oct 2018 11:05:41 -0000 (UTC): António Marques
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Post by Ruud Harmsen
Post by wugi
Sayers like he.
Some Dutch* do say "aynerzhee" instead of "energie".
(ie, like in French "énergie" instead of expected Dutch g.)
(* Usually people who would tease us Flemings that we're too indebted to
French.)
(but even those people are likely to say energetisch and not
aynerzhayteess.)
Exactly. Meanwhile confirmed. More Dutch people than me (no Flemish
respondents so far) use the French g in 'energie' but the Dutch g in
'hoog-energetisch'. The latter is about particles, like those in alpha
radiation.
It's consistently (3 respondents) inconsistent.
Dat is heel Nederlands, nu, is het niet.
Certainly, being consistently and stubbournly inconsistent is a
national pastime.
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Ruud Harmsen, http://rudhar.com
Found in Cajuns too, I think it may be due to living by the consistently inconsistent sea.
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