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#151696 - 12/08/05 06:17 PM Re: pertaining to phone
maverick Offline
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#151697 - 12/08/05 06:19 PM Re: pertaining to phone
sjmaxq Offline
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Quote:

Quote:

For those of you not paying attention, my initial repsonse to his post was a concise and non-critical question.




Says who?




Jintao.
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noho ora mai
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#151698 - 12/09/05 01:23 AM Re: pertaining to phone
Homo Loquens Offline
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Logwood : What's your first language? How long have you been speaking English?
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'A man who knows everything and who never dies.' --Voltaire of the Comte de Saint-Germain.

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#151699 - 12/09/05 06:51 AM About me
Logwood Offline
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Registered: 07/28/05
Posts: 270
Loc: Israel
My mother tongue is Hebrew, I can't answer the second question because I don't get many chances to actually speak English. Though I have been to London, and acted as translator a couple of times, and it did in fact became my thinking-language, however my environment still forces me to communincate in Hebrew (depressive!).

Though I've loved English ever since I can remember myself eating sand in the kindergarten, and always strove to understand it better... particularly through the computer and didactic books I've had, and when I finally got internet in 1995 I've gone berserk. I'll soon turn 20.

Thanks for asking.

Edit: I usually say - correct me in math and I'll never remember, correct my English and you are etched in my memory.

-Logwood


Edited by Logwood (12/09/05 10:39 AM)

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#151700 - 12/09/05 08:25 AM Re: About me
Elizabeth Creith Offline
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Registered: 03/22/05
Posts: 500
Loc: Northern Ontario, Canada
[quoteI usually say - correct me in math and I'll never remember, correct my English and you are etched in my memory.

-Logwood




Ooooooh, says she, is that good or bad? I'm a printmaker - one etches metal with acid. Of course, as I recall some of my early English teachers, they used acid, too, to etch the rules of grammer into my memory.

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