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every idiot can speak american>.<
kinda sad....my language
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RedCometRX wrote:

english is the master race, learn it u arseholes! it shall serve u well


Don't even go there. English derived from nothing. If we were comparing languages english wouldn't even be the best. If I could go back to when I was 5 and I moved to the U.S. if I had the chance to choose from English vs. Any other language I would rather learn anything than English its a good language because most people know it but it is not superior to anything. So basically you have the right to stfu.
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it's usually only asians...like americans can't spell their ancestral language but asian are expected to even if they were born and raised in the US... so unfair..
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English has borrowed so many words from other languages z_z


From languages like French, Norwegian, .. Indian? (Pyjamas etc)
Posted 3/19/08

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i think he means if u have for example a german background and cant speak it. or is he?


yah the filipino was jst an xample... i couldve put german or japanese or spanish etc... BUT... i chose filipino cuz... i dunno...
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Posted 3/19/08

PiLLiPiNoY wrote:


artsho wrote:

i think he means if u have for example a german background and cant speak it. or is he?


yah the filipino was jst an xample... i couldve put german or japanese or spanish etc... BUT... i chose filipino cuz... i dunno...


Because Filipino is easier for you to relate to probably.

By the way, some corrections:

- Filipino* [Capitol first letter]
- just*
- example*
- could've*
- German* Japanese* Spanish* [See Filipino]
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It's hard. I'm chinese, but I can't read or write in Chinese. Shameful huh? But I know lots of others like me. A few of them even speak Chinese w/ American accents. At least I have no accent.
Posted 3/19/08

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PiLLiPiNoY wrote:


artsho wrote:

i think he means if u have for example a german background and cant speak it. or is he?


yah the filipino was jst an xample... i couldve put german or japanese or spanish etc... BUT... i chose filipino cuz... i dunno...


Because Filipino is easier for you to relate to probably.

By the way, some corrections:

- Filipino* [Capitol first letter]
- just*
- example*
- could've*
- German* Japanese* Spanish* [See Filipino]


lol to much work making corrections... it looks fine to me...
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Posted 3/19/08

PiLLiPiNoY wrote:


AHTL wrote:


PiLLiPiNoY wrote:


artsho wrote:

i think he means if u have for example a german background and cant speak it. or is he?


yah the filipino was jst an xample... i couldve put german or japanese or spanish etc... BUT... i chose filipino cuz... i dunno...


Because Filipino is easier for you to relate to probably.

By the way, some corrections:

- Filipino* [Capitol first letter]
- just*
- example*
- could've*
- German* Japanese* Spanish* [See Filipino]


lol to much work making corrections... it looks fine to me...


- too*

<_<

"I like to eat ham"

"I'm not too much into ham"

See le difference? o_O O_o ó_Ó Ò_ò
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well, i understand tagalog just fine, unless it's really deep, and it's not even the native language in the visayan area, but we're forced to learn it......
but i can't really understand the dialect in our area that well... so i guess sometimes i get ashamed that people talk to me in dialect and all can tell them is "huh?"
Posted 3/19/08

AHTL wrote:


PiLLiPiNoY wrote:


AHTL wrote:


PiLLiPiNoY wrote:


artsho wrote:

i think he means if u have for example a german background and cant speak it. or is he?


yah the filipino was jst an xample... i couldve put german or japanese or spanish etc... BUT... i chose filipino cuz... i dunno...


Because Filipino is easier for you to relate to probably.

By the way, some corrections:

- Filipino* [Capitol first letter]
- just*
- example*
- could've*
- German* Japanese* Spanish* [See Filipino]


lol to much work making corrections... it looks fine to me...


- too*

<_<

"I like to eat ham"

"I'm not too much into ham"

See le difference? o_O O_o ó_Ó Ò_ò


definition

to - person, place, or thing

too - also

wrong to there guy...

too can be replaced by also...

SO... if you can replace too with also and the sentence makes sense then its the right to... IF not... YOUR WRONG...

little trick i learned in english class...
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n_n303 wrote:

i know basic turkish and thats it, only because the only people i speak turkish with are my parents. I moved to canada when i was 4-5 years old. I dont hang out with turkish people so I will always sound like a 5 year old talking when i speak my native tongue.


I didn't know you were Turkish! I dated a really sexy Turkish guy in high school. His name was Melih Ahmed and he was much older than me. ...On the thread subject, I speak only English.
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Just know your Roots....
Just like Jose Rizal Said . . . . .
Posted 3/19/08
I know Tagalog & Spanish but I'm not entirely fluent; Also, I know very little Chinese & Japanese.. Other than that.. I don't know the rest of my native tongues
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Posted 3/19/08

PiLLiPiNoY wrote:
definition

to - person, place, or thing

too - also

wrong to there guy...

too can be replaced by also...

SO... if you can replace too with also and the sentence makes sense then its the right to... IF not... YOUR WRONG...

little trick i learned in english class...


- you're* not 'your' in this case.
- English*

This sentence doesn't make sense:

wrong to there guy...


Please remember the difference between: 'their', 'there' and 'they're'


And I doubt my example sentences were wrong.
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