On 06/10/2014 03:07 PM, Ned Batchelder wrote:
On 6/10/14 9:59 AM, Carlos Anselmo Dias wrote:

On 06/10/2014 02:47 PM, Grant Edwards wrote:
On 2014-06-10, Carlos Anselmo Dias <car...@premium-sponsor.com> wrote:

English is not my maternal language ...
And stringing together a bunch of phrases with elipses without every
completing a sentence is the way things are done in your native

I doubt it.

Hi ...

Those are my phrases ... somehow describe the projects(briefly) ... I
even provided you/people(...) one script to help exceed 'the freeze' of
thinking about n millions of tables or billions of files(for example)
... I even explained the context ...

If that's not enough ... for those capable I guess it's enough to start
the necessary will to do it ...

If you want me to place phrases without elipses and completing one
sentence, 'I'm not there' ...

When you talk naturally about things(and that kind of things) sentences
and elipses are natural , are one consequence of your thoughts ... you
just adapt your thoughts to people capable of understading, those who
are not capable, you avoid the issues ...


Best regards,

Carlos, you've been told by a number of people that we don't know what you are talking about. Dots don't convey any meaning. Write complete, clear sentences that explain what you want.

I don't know what you are trying to accomplish here. I can tell you what you are accomplishing: you're convincing a number of people that you can't put your thoughts into coherent order.


OK, therefore if my will to resume briefly can't accomplish your capacity to understand we have one problem of communication ...

If your capacity to understand is one consequence of ellipses or sentences not completed you'll have the possibility to understand better if you've the will to do it ...

Don't panic or don't loose too much time thinking about what I wrote ... think about it in your head ... if you have the will to ...

Best Regards,

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