I commend you for your knowledge about ancient languages, but I guess my comment was about good communication.
For me, things that can aid this are: complete sentences; good spelling; and punctuation etc.
It is all about expressing your meaning clearly. The point is, if you degrade the language to a point where another English speaking person doesn't understand, then we have a problem.
I find it interesting that I was guessing that English was not your first language, only to discover that you are from the United Kingdom
It does remind me of the line from "Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels" :
|"I have just flown in from New York, to the north of England, a place where the English language was invented, and I can't understand a word of it !"|
I was also guessing that you might be younger (about 20 say), so that's why I suggested the SMS (text message) English hybrid.
I was born in New Zealand, but have been in Australia for a long time.
|wow thats good thats *snort* mathmagical, how did you know about this kind of maths?|
No one taught me that, I worked it out myself, right there and then. It wasn't that hard.
Problem solving is what programming is all about, trying to come up with elegant ways of solving problems. Often it compares strongly with mathematics.