The most important thing in the world!

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by JZH1000, Nov 16, 2013.

  1. Learning French :)
  2. Frisian is a real language. Much more than a dialect. It's too bad that the usage drains, cause back in time(like hundreds of years ago) the Frisians were really powerful and big.
  3. Je peux parler francais. :D
  4. I heard they are very similar :D
  5. "robot chicken" not Chickeneer s alt at all...xd
  6. Yes they are, but Norwegian is so much better!
    Norwegians understand (mostly) everything the swedish and danish people say, and they understand the norwegians..
  7. I"m talking about a show but okay....
  8. Ich spreche Deutsch, naja ich bin ja auch in Deutschland geboren :p
    And I learn English in school,
    et lingua latina ( Latin )
    et une peu Francais
  9. I want to learn Latin.. Is it difficult to learn?
  10. Yo estoy estudiando el español, pero me gustaría saber alemán. Pues, yo sé algunas palabras, por ejemplo "Guten Tag."
  11. yes it is ( in my oppinion ) very difficult. you have to learn a lot of forms and another case. Latin has 5 cases, with different forms. In English you have 4, which don't differ so mutch like in Latin or German.
    And I don't like French, because of the pronounciation :)


    Everything I get is "Good morning" in German :p
    but it's Spain, I guess
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  12. What I said was: I am studying Spanish, but I would like to know German. Well, I know some words, for example "Guten Tag." :p
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  13. From watching PewDiePie (mainly cuss words though :p), and I also picked up an online dictionary. I also have 3 ex-friends who are Swedish, and 2 friends who are swedish. They taught me some :3
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  14. I find that British people are lazy at learning different languages and a lot of people don't even speak a 2nd language non fluently. This is just generalization of course and does not apply to everybody, so please don't be offended :p. When we go to other countries we tend to just expect other people to know our language. That's what I find anyway. I seem to find that people from other European countries seem to know many more languages than Brits.
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  15. Hola como esta, yo hablo español :D, Hi I speak English :D, Olá eu falo Potuguês :D.
  16. I only speak English. I tried learning Latin once and failed miserably. But I can understand Redneck and Hillbilly.
  17. wel.. that was a joke to begin with, second sorry if you didnt get it third i dont know what country aired it fourth i dont watch tv like... 2 maybe 3 years since
  18. Ego puto is is facilis. :3
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  19. Si, mi habla espanol...
  20. Probably its not that much about beeing lazy, but more like having not really a need for learning another language. And it is actually generally to all native english speakers (no offence) as english speaking people are way more, also information available on that language is very much. Other native speakers are kinda forced to learn at least some other language to be able to extend information boundaries, to have more abilities to learn on specific topic or to get a better chances at work.

    My native language is latvian. As I was born and grew up in Soviet Union time, I had to learn russian in school. Well, it wasnt that hard anyways, as everyone spoke russian those days :D So, I can speak, read and write fluently, but yeah... writing on keyoard makes it difficult, fingers are not used to finding cyrillic но если постараться,..... noooo thanks.. that took me whole 5mins to find letters on keyboard lol

    So yeah, english is my 3rd language. Maybe I will learn another one some day, for now I do not find too much interest to any other language, also my brain is getting older and lazy :p
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