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03-01-2012, 02:36 PM | Post: #101
Memphiso 
(03-01-2012 01:27 AM)Ike666 Wrote:  Wow, nice Thread you got there. Thanks for the tips, i´ll i try them
  1. I´m German
  2. and i think that my English becomes gradually better than my native language Tongue
  3. I learn Spanish at school since one and a half year because i have to, sadly i got a teacher who is rather demotivating. Now i wish i had chosen Latin but i were afraid because there was 50/50 Chance that i get the most sadistic and evil teacher (it didn´t happen but i already got computer science) Sad
  4. I "learn" Japanese at school as well but it´s just for a year 1h each week and voluntary
  5. I might want/have to learn Dutch since i may have to go to the Netherlands to study (because of the Numerus Clausus)



I´d be glad if some could help me with Spanish somehow :3
though i´d also appreciate it if someone spams me with some Dutch sentences Big Grin

I don´t know if i can help someone with my German but feel free to give it a try
You got Xfire? If so, feel free to add me (username: memphiso). My German needs to be fix'd and I can help you with Dutch. Smile

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04-01-2012, 01:09 AM | Post: #102
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If you want BR Portuguese lessons feel free to contact me Big Grin!

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21-01-2012, 01:37 AM | Post: #103
piai55 
Hmm... still no Japanese ppl around here? <3
@Memphiso: 4 me learning Japanese has nothing to do with Tomonor spaming that "~Desu" stuff all day. I only realized how ossum that language sounds. This is why I want to learn it. <3

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21-01-2012, 01:39 AM | Post: #104
leocano 
I can teach Portuguese if it interests you.

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21-01-2012, 03:04 AM | Post: #105
CrySpy 
My native language is Norwegian, I know English fluently and I do understand Danish and Swedish.
I can try to teach the languages, and if you want someone to write Danish or Swedish to I can help there too. Though don't count on me being very specific with the grammar, though I will spot larger grammatical faults.

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21-01-2012, 03:56 PM | Post: #106
Adrenaline895 
Someone PLEASE help me with spanish ._.


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12-04-2012, 11:31 AM | Post: #107
Memphiso 
I just started to continue my (European) Portuguese lessons (read: a lil' course book I bought for €5,-). I'm just a beginner, so every help is welcome. I'm looking for European Portguese speakers who I can chat with on Xfire to have some simple conversations. Smile

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12-04-2012, 03:38 PM | Post: #108
FlaSh[b]aCk 
Jag kommer förmodligen låta dum, men vad är skillnaden mellan europeisk och sydamerikansk portugisiska?

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I'll probably sound stupid but what's the difference between European and South American Portuguese?

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12-04-2012, 09:09 PM | Post: #109
Memphiso 
(12-04-2012 03:38 PM)FlaSh[b]aCk Wrote:  Jag kommer förmodligen låta dum, men vad är skillnaden mellan europeisk och sydamerikansk portugisiska?

(Translation is transparent in English below)

I'll probably sound stupid but what's the difference between European and South American Portuguese?
Låt mig svara på engelska så alla kan förstå svaret. Smile

The difference between European Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese is bigger than you might think. They differ in grammar, vocabulairy and pronouncation, though the differences are not that big that they cannot communicate with eachother. But maybe a Portuguese speaker can clarify this answer, since I just started learning this language.

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01-05-2012, 04:19 PM | Post: #110
Kalta 
1. Native language is Dutch
2. I can speak/write English
3. I can write German
4. I can also write Esperanto. Haven't seen this language here, so that might be interesting.

I really wanna learn French, because I suck at French on school, and I'd like to learn Swedish.

Feel free to contact me on xfire: kalta3

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01-05-2012, 05:53 PM | Post: #111
Memphiso 
(01-05-2012 04:19 PM)Kalta Wrote:  1. Native language is Dutch
2. I can speak/write English
3. I can write German
4. I can also write Esperanto. Haven't seen this language here, so that might be interesting.

I really wanna learn French, because I suck at French on school, and I'd like to learn Swedish.

Feel free to contact me on xfire: kalta3
Esperanto? :O That sounds interesting!

I'm a Dutch student studying Swedish, so I know all does and don't for a Dutchman for studying Swedish! Big Grin

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23-05-2012, 04:34 PM | Post: #112
(D)isturbed.Mind 
1. Native language is Arabic
2. I can speak English pretty good

Languages I would like to learn: Deutsch & French


You can contact me on Skype: ~Yazan

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03-09-2012, 11:24 AM | Post: #113
Wirhampaul 
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03-09-2012, 11:43 AM | Post: #114
cometviking 
My native language is portuguese
My english is very good
Learning french.

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03-09-2012, 04:12 PM | Post: #115
Memphiso 
(03-09-2012 11:43 AM)cometviking Wrote:  My native language is portuguese
My english is very good
Learning french.
Tem Xfire, porque quero aprendar tuga? Big Grin
TR: You got Xfire, cuz I want to learn Portuguese?

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03-09-2012, 08:24 PM | Post: #116
lamaveren 
My native language is Dutch,

If I can say so, my English is quite good.

I need help with French because I'm not really that good at it, pm me if you would like to teach me! Big Grin

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03-09-2012, 10:14 PM | Post: #117
Pitkins 
Anyone could help me with Welsh??? Huh

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03-09-2012, 10:20 PM | Post: #118
Memphiso 
(03-09-2012 10:14 PM)Pitkins Wrote:  Anyone could help me with Welsh??? Huh
Why Welsh? :O

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03-09-2012, 10:23 PM | Post: #119
Pitkins 
(03-09-2012 10:20 PM)Memphiso Wrote:  
(03-09-2012 10:14 PM)Pitkins Wrote:  Anyone could help me with Welsh??? Huh
Why Welsh? :O

I like that language + my "alter ego" as a WWII Commando (re-enacting) is pretending he is Welsh (long story) so knowing at least the basics would improve the role...

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03-09-2012, 10:42 PM | Post: #120
GhotiGhost 
One of my favorite welsh phrases, one I know by heart is "Dim dringo". Very useful....

Oh, also "Heddlu" and "araf"

Ah, forgot "Dim parcio"

I drive a lot in Wales!

The problem is that you need to hear the language, as the spelling is misleading. The Welsh = English:

dd = th
f = v
w = oow (only sometimes it doesn't)
c is always a hard sound as in "k"
ll is like the scottish "ch" in loch

The welsh spelling for Kevin would probably be Cefin!
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