According to its definition:
Stilted: Stiffly or artificially formal;
Does stilted english means that the writer is dumb in using the langauge? Or can it be said to be their style?
Why dumb? It means that the writer does not have enough experience with the language, so his writings look too formal or too "robotic", because the way they are written is a mathematical way.
P1: Would you happen to have any milk in your refrigerator? I ruined my last cup when I added the wrong spice and now my carton is empty.
P2: No, I'm afraid I have no milk. But whilst your here, would you
mind, what is the name of your plumbing specialist?
P1: Do you have any milk? I had to dump my last cup when I
added the wrong thing from my recipe to it.
P2: No, sorry, but hey, what's the number to your plumber?
Apart from this, you have some mistakes in your question:
- Does it MEAN (no final -s)
- Silted is not the same as s-t-ilted.