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James Aberdeen

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August 24, 2012

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I have studied other languages but am only fluent in English. English can be a subtle and illogical language sometimes and I love it.

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Pled versus pleaded

  • August 24, 2012, 5:18pm

That is an excellent observation and explanation. "The defendant pled guilty" is simple past tense. "The defendant pleaded for his life" does sound more important. The subtlety of the English language is one of it's charms. Think Shakespeare. Unfortunately many computer programs do not recognize "pled" as a correctly spelled word as the red squiggly under it is now indicating to me as I type this.