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Watch my replyto.

I hear it plenty  but mostly what I hear is "I'll call so-and-so".

On 10/27/05, David J. Peterson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi Henrik,
>
> First let me say that this strikes me as incredibly bizarre.  That is,
> was this just unprompted?  I can't imagine someone sending me
> an e-mail about my website about my created languages and
> telling me to change the content because of how that viewer
> perceived it.  In your case, it might be different, because English
> is an L2, but I've always found your English more than comprehensible.
> Plus, it's not like it's your responsibility to convey the information
> you want to convey: (a) in English at all, or (b) in a register of
> English that I find acceptable.  That's just ridiculous.
>
> Having said that, if you send us a link to exactly where you use
> the phrase "drop me a line" (which I'm sure I've seen on L1
> English speakers websites, conlang or non), I and other English
> L1 speakers can take a look at it, and see what possibly this
> person is responding to.  Out of context, I can't really tell you.
> "Drop me a line", however, doesn't strike me as informal enough
> to be "cool".  Professors use it all the time, where I'm from.
>
> -David
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