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On 13/12/14 21:52, Khaled Hosny wrote:

So, the original strings were badly written, 

That is just one of myriad reasons why treating en_US, en_DE, en_UK, or
any variant thereof as the "source" language is, at best, translation

specific (unless your language does not use punctuation) 

There are dialects of English in which neither majuscles nor punctuation
are known.

To address Mihovil's question, English has never met a grammatical rule
that it has felt obliged to adhere to.


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