Discussion in 'Gravel Trap' started by gethinceri, Feb 18, 2012.
Which one is correct: interforum or inter-forum?
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kills me when people get "intra" and "inter" wrong.
I used to use the intranet at work before we were allowed to use the internet.
Did I miss something?
I forgot he only had one.
Not for me it's not.
Spain, I believe.
"The hyphen ( ‐ ) is a punctuation mark used to join words and to separate syllables of a single word."
So on balance I would say one word. It's much easier in German where you just stack nouns together to make one noun.
= Like you would be from those we can not easily/quickly make a maker of unsuccessful ones
Turkish, as an agglutinative language, carries the potential for words of theoretically infinite length.
The only problem is that Wikipedia is not always correct, but since we seem to have lost words like referenda we should keep podia.
Struggling Ferrari not expecting early podiums in 2012
podiums is a form of:
podia, plural; podiums, plural
Separate names with a comma.