Re: OT: language
Tony van der Hoff wrote:
I think he meant what he said. There is a nasty usage developing in
English (in the UK, at least) for "their" singular, to denote "he or
she". I have resisted it so far.
Actually, it's not just developing (recently developed)--apparently
it first appeared decades ago.
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