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    Question bus que=bus queue?

    Dear Teachers,
    Here is a sentence : I preferred the orderly procession of London bus que.
    Then, bus que=bus queue?
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    Re: bus que=bus queue?

    Quote Originally Posted by gonghoujun View Post
    Dear Teachers,
    Here is a sentence : I preferred the orderly procession of London bus que.
    Then, bus que=bus queue?
    Thanks.
    G.
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    Re: bus que=bus queue?

    Dear Teacher svartnik,
    What you believe "bus que" is "bus queue"? But there is no " que" in my dictionaries. Or "bus que" is an abbreviation of "bus queue"?
    Last edited by gonghoujun; 12-Jan-2009 at 07:41.


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    Re: bus que=bus queue?

    Quote Originally Posted by gonghoujun View Post
    Dear Teacher svartnik,
    What you believe "bus que" is "bus queue"? But there is no " que" in my dictionaries. Or "bus que" is an abbreviation of "bus queue"?
    It is bus queue, and not bus que.

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    Re: bus que=bus queue?

    Do "bus que" is a mistaken word? but it was written by a cockney (a Londoner).


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    Re: bus que=bus queue?

    Quote Originally Posted by gonghoujun View Post
    Do "bus que" is a mistaken word? but it was written by a cockney (a Londoner).
    Yes, it is not in keeping with the standard English spelling.

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    Re: bus que=bus queue?

    Dear Teacher svartnik,
    Thank you very much for your good directions for my English study!

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    Re: bus que=bus queue?

    Quote Originally Posted by gonghoujun View Post
    Do "bus que" is a mistaken word? but it was written by a cockney (a Londoner).
    Who wrote it and where was it published? I am from London originally.

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