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As a Briton, using English as my first language, I am often amused, sometimes dismayed at the American takeover of our language, as though they invented it, and are the experts.
The dismay is usually when American companies arrogantly deem American English to be correct, and British English to be incorrect or outdated.
Our company deals in coins, which are collectables, and I / we use the correct, original, British version of the word, in preference over the deviant American variant collectible.
The author is undoubtedly right when she advises ebay sellers to use the new world spelling collectible rather than the old world spelling collectable, if your target customers are American; although using both spellings would be even better, helping everyone to find it.
She is wrong in many of her other pronouncements, though, and I will comment on them.
She uses the dreadful Americanism "gotten"; the correct word is "got", although "have got" or "had got" may be preferable on occasions, and there is simply no need for the invention of the new word "gotten"; by the way, what is the past tense of gotten - "gottened?" ( I jest, and explain this for the benefit of American readers).
She also uses the word "freebee", which I have never seen before; most people spell this word freebie or freeby; in fact I consider freeby is probably the correct version, but freebie may have become popular as the plural of freeby would be freebies, leading some to think the singular of freebies would be freebie. (Ask Dan Quayle about potatoes.)
She / (they?) wrongly believes that collectable is the variant UK spelling.
While there are a number of words where there are two, sometimes more, alternative spellings which are considered acceptable, if a pedant wished to pronounce on which is correct, it helps to consider the etymology of the word, and apply some logic. While language evolves, logic remains pure.
A collectable is something which can, or is able, to be collected, therefore it must be better to call it a collectable, and create a new word by adding able to the end of collect.
On the contrary, a collectible is not something which is ible to be collected.
I hope avemariamaterdei58 is able to understand my argument, which should be perfectly understandABLE to all, even Americans.
She also falsely believes " add letters to their English language such as Labour, Saviour, etc", no we don't, it only appears that way because Americans drop letter out of words, turning labour into labor, colour into color; and that because she has grown up with it, she believes what has become the American norm to be correct usage.
Her ignorance and arrogance continues with "We're the defining English,..." Sure there are more Americans who speak a form of English as their first language than there are British, but this does not make make it correct.
She continues "England keeps with some of the Olde English pronunciations and spellings". Is her use of the archaic word "olde" intended to be ironic, despite the fact that most Americans do not recognise or appear to understand irony?
Nobody in the United Kingdom uses the word "olde" in normal everyday usage, it is mainly used be Olde Englyshe Teashops trying to appear cute for foreign tourists.
Her final statement "I'm a middle aged American. When I was young no one in the USA spelled it with an "a". " appears to confirm what I believe, that just because she has got used to hearing bad English for all her life, that makes it normal and correct. It may have become normal where she lives, but it is not correct.
In case my rant in the protection of the English language has alienated any Americans, I would add that there are or were a number of Americans who understood English and used it excellently, even brilliantly; these include Mark Twain, James Thurber, and e.e. cummings.
I would recommend she reads some of their works, and also some of the books by Professor Richard Dawkins, whose research scientific approach and purity of logic are worthy of study.
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Are you New to Ebay? Want to start an Ebay Store? Like to sell Collectibles? Then remember to spell the word Collectibles Correctly. Most frequent misspelling of the word we've found on ebay is Collectables. If people do searches for Collectibles, then most likely they won't find your store if you spell it incorrectly. Make certain all of your words are spelled correctly. We noted one store which spells their entire store incorrectly, one word is Beatitudes and theirs is spelled Beattittudes, while at the same time they spell Collectibles (Collectables). Nothing to cry over though, as they seem to do well in their ebay store, but nonetheless, it pays to list items correctly and spell them correctly so that others, who may know how to spell, won't have a hard time finding you when they put in the correct spelling of your ebay store or item in search results. Many people have gotten very little for items which were worth a lot more because of misspelled words. Have your dictionary handy or click on your spell check which is available on the Google Tool Bar, and is a freebee from Google. Take care and enjoy your Ebay experience!
Note: We have found that Collectable is the variant UK spelling of the word Collectible. But if you live in the USA and are appealing to an American audience, then the best spelling for search would be with the "i". Ebay spells it with the "i", as do the majority of Americans. We know the English in Britain spell it with the "a", but they also add letters to their English language such as Labour, Saviour, etc. We're the defining English, England keeps with some of the Olde English pronunciations and spellings. Nothing is wrong with either, just that if you search for Collectibles in the USA, you'll spell it with an "i". I'm a middle aged American. When I was young no one in the USA spelled it with an "a".
O.E.D. Oxford English Dictionary
Since writing the above, I have just consulted our copy of O.E.D. Oxford English Dictionary (second edition), which says:
collectable Also (now chiefly U.S.) ~ible.
from COLLECT (v) + ABLE.
first mention 1660 Magna Charta.
This seems clear evidence that ~able is the original spelling, and that ~ible is a later variant.
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SBI is the largest banking and financial services company in India by revenue, assets and market capitalization.It is also one of the largest public sector banks in India compared to other nationalised banks.
Applications are invited from eligible Indian Citizens for appointment as Probationary Officers (PO) in State Bank of India.
Frequently Asked Question from the SBI PO Candidates:
1. What is the role of Probationary Officer?
The Selected Candidates for the Probationary Officer position will go through a Probation period of 2 years, in which they are posted on different branches and subjected to frequently training. The job profile includes learning fundamentals of general banking, marketing, cross-selling, bringing new business and also solving the grievances of the customers coming to the bank.
2. How many vacancies will be there?
The number of vacancies is more than 2403 for Probationary Officer.
3. When will the result be declared?
Tentative Date for declaration of Results
Preliminary – 17 May 2017.
Mains – 19 June 2017
4. What is the age criteria for applicants?
The candidate should not below 20 years and not above 28 years as on 01.04.2017 i.e candidates must have been born not earlier than 02.04.1989 and not later than 01.04.1997.
5. I have given my final year graduation exams but the result has not been declared yet. Can I apply?
Yes, If the result is expected to be cleared before 30th June 2016, then you can apply. Otherwise, you can’t.
6. What is the required educational Qualification?
Graduation in any discipline from a recognised university or an equivalent qualification recognised by the central government. Those who are in the final Semester of the graduation can also apply.
The candidates who are completed their degree through distance education, correspondence or open university are also eligible to apply.
7. I have scored only 58% in Degree Graduation. Am I eligible to apply for the exam?
Yes, you can apply as there is no minimum pass percentage required. You just need to be a graduate.
8. I submitted the application with a mistake. Can I modify it or register again?
Once you submit the application, It is not possible to edit any details thereafter. But you can submit a new application with correct information by paying the registration fees again.
9. Is there a criterion for negative marking?
There is negative marking of ¼ marks for every wrong answer.
10. How many time can apply for this exam?
No. of chances
SC / SC (PWD) / ST / ST (PWD
11. What is the Last year Cut-off for SBI PO?
12. Is SBI PO 2017, an online exam?
Yes .SBI PO recruitment exam 2017 is a computer-based written examination similar to IBPS bank exams. It will be conducted in two stages:
Preliminary exam for 100 marks (duration: 1 hour) in April/ May 2017
Main exam for 250 marks (descriptive test included)
13. When will I receive call letters for the exam?
SBI PO exam call letters / admit cards can be downloaded from the bank’s website from 15 April 2017.Do not expect to receive the hall tickets by post.
14. In SAT, the exam will be conducted on different dates, If any question paper is tough means they will give extra marks for that question, Similarly, In bank exams will they give an extra mark for tough questions papers?
No, they will not give for Bank exams.
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