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#1
putting in this in my paper, dont know which one is it, a dew or ado? thank you
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#4
a dooewx
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#6
Adieu.

Ha.

Ha.

Ado.
Last edited by AA00P at Apr 30, 2008,
#7
a deaux
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#8
Well, a dew would make no sense, as dew is moisture on the ground in the morning. Ado means fuss.
#9
yes, like saying without further Ado? or a dew ? i used google, but it doesnt make sense of what they give me lol
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#16
as a french speaker it is spelled adieu
adieu means goodbye

so.. Without further goodbyes i post this :P

/thread/
#18
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1 more vote for adieu. Right?


NO! that IS how its spelled... >.> do you read? or just flip a coin and guess what people say? sorry ^^ bad day : ).
#19
Quote by metallicat420
Without further a due, you morons.



thats what i thought
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#21
It's stupid to ask the pit yeah, but don't let the poor guy write something that doesn't make sense in his paper!

adieu isn't an english word. There are remnants of it in like shakespeare and stuff from when france occupied the UK. It means goodbye. You cannot say without further goodbye.

Ado is also an old word. It means to do. It is perfectly possible to say without further to do. Therefore this is the logical one, no?


[also consider the shakespeare play much ADO about nothing]
#22
is it really "without further a due" like the other guy said, the paper is on Judas Priest guitarist Tipton.
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#23
Quote by metallicat420
Without further a due, you morons.


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#24
Quote by SiKh22
is it really "without further a due" like the other guy said, the paper is on Judas Priest guitarist Tipton.



No. It's ado.
#25
"I bid you adieu"


That is the correct way. It's french.


edit: As for "without further ____" I don't know.


edit x2: It's ado
Last edited by SeveralSpecies at Apr 30, 2008,
#26
holy **** lol wtf do i put, ado or a due? I dont mean it in a goodbye, but to introduce.
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#28
Quote by Mistress_Ibanez
For fucks sake, put ado. I study English language, I know I'm right.



shouldn't it be I study THE English language?
#29
Quote by SeveralSpecies
shouldn't it be I study THE English language?



No, that's the course name, it's a proper noun I also study etymology and many other useless things under the course title of English Language, hehe...
#30
I always like to think A Jew, and try to force some sort of holocaust joke in there. Even if I do, people never get it.
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#31
Quote by Mistress_Ibanez
For fucks sake, put ado. I study English language, I know I'm right.


ok, thanks for the help guys, ado it is!
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#32
It's ado.

Trust me.
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#34
No, that's the course name, it's a proper noun.

If that were a proper noun, then English and language would have to have been capitolized... but they weren't.

I don't care though. I knew what you were talking about.
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#35
Quote by Mistress_Ibanez
It's stupid to ask the pit yeah, but don't let the poor guy write something that doesn't make sense in his paper!

adieu isn't an english word. There are remnants of it in like shakespeare and stuff from when france occupied the UK. It means goodbye. You cannot say without further goodbye.

Ado is also an old word. It means to do. It is perfectly possible to say without further to do. Therefore this is the logical one, no?


[also consider the shakespeare play much ADO about nothing]

Slight problem there. France never occupied the Uk.
#36
Quote by Oli_88
Slight problem there. France never occupied the Uk.



The Normans came from France.


[oh, fine, England, whatever. They would have had scotland and wales too had there not been a wall keeping the scots out]
#37
ado
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#38
Quote by Mistress_Ibanez
The Normans came from France.


[oh, fine, England, whatever. They would have had scotland and wales too had there not been a wall keeping the scots out]

Well now you mention it.
I do have French heritage apparently.

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#39
wait! is it still ado? lol since now it means somthing, I'm using the word to introduce a person. "so without further ado"
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