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October 05, 2009


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There are no standards to compare yourself too, so it's not much of a test. Of course, it's self-proctored, so it doesn't have much reliability anyway....

Interesting. The word was coined by an American so it's spelt with a 'z'. We Brits accept that spelling (well, the BBC, the arbiter of all that is British, does).

I wonder; if it had been coined by a Brit -- and therefore spelt 'subitise' -- would the US have accepted that spelling or would they have Americanised it?

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