Friday, March 10, 2006



Something dirty said...

I'm glad I looked up that word. I like it. I would use it but I'm unintelligible and therefore unworthy as an ambassador of new words.

Do you use prepone?

neha said...

Yes, we use it a lot in India. I realised that you don't really use in Australia. But everyone seems to love it, I do.

An example might be, 'the meeting got preponed to 3 o clock'. In place of, I think, 'the meeting has been moved forward to 3 o clock'. and I would be trying to say that 'instead of 5 pm the meeting has been moved to 3 pm'.

Something dirty said...

I wish I could use it, I'll try it out.