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InsOp


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Location: Bad Friedrichshall
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# Thread - 2009-05-05 at 7:09 PM
Id highly recommend
watching or reading more stuff in english as german (or else)..
i dont want a team of language naps.
anyway id be glad if the native speakers would
correct the non-native-speakers if there are any mistakes
in the stuff were writing.

its simply the bad reputation we gain -
thinking of exmembers or else

if anyone disagree with my opinion, pls
share your arguments with us.

for exercising the language id advise you
to watch some animes or stuff
(like bleach or else)

thanks for your attention


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Last edit by InsOp at 2009-05-05 at 7:09 PM (1x Edited)
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StarSky


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# Answer: 1 - 2009-05-05 at 7:17 PM
Lets learn some english.
Very good for me since my english is under all pig.


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RevaN






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# Answer: 2 - 2009-05-05 at 7:17 PM
05.05.2009 um 19:09 Uhr - InsOp:

anyway id be glad if the native speakers would
correct the non-native-speakers if there are any mistakes
in the stuff were writing.


Hehe i like the idea but i think they will waste most of their time in correcting mistakes
Nevertheless it's a great language great training for us non-native-english-speaker but the bad thing is that you can't express yourself as good as in your language. In critical discussions this is really bad :/


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InsOp
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# Answer: 3 - 2009-05-05 at 7:35 PM
sure it is, and thats what i want to improve..
perhaps itd helps if you just have some conversations
with our native speaking teammates


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Kickstart


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# Answer: 4 - 2009-05-05 at 8:19 PM
were = we're, itd - it'd. ^^


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NiCo__


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# Answer: 5 - 2009-05-06 at 12:56 AM
"it'd" isn't even a word surely?

anyways nice idea, i dont understand alot of the stuff said, altho i think basically the entire DOW squad is german so u can talk your "native" language there



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n0el







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# Answer: 6 - 2009-05-06 at 6:21 AM
itd is definitely not a word


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Kickstart


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# Answer: 7 - 2009-05-06 at 8:44 AM
my spell check recognizes it'd as a word , not itd though. It's the abbreviation for "it would" isn't it? :/


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n0el







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# Answer: 8 - 2009-05-06 at 3:10 PM
most certainly not


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InsOp
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# Answer: 9 - 2009-05-06 at 4:58 PM
lol afaik "it'd" means "it would".. ^^
but i wonder how to distinguish the pronouncation of them

edit:
my teacher means that i have to write it like "it would"
because you cannot pronounce it.
otherwise:
http://www.yourdictionary.com/it-d


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Kickstart


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# Answer: 10 - 2009-05-06 at 7:52 PM
well no one says "it'd" anyways, so might as well not use it


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n0el







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# Answer: 11 - 2009-05-06 at 8:02 PM
it'd is not a word so don't ever use it


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NiCo__


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# Answer: 12 - 2009-05-08 at 6:43 PM
the english language is flawed anyway - its should be replaced by scottish.

aye ?


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Predatory fish


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# Answer: 13 - 2009-05-08 at 10:44 PM
for news it would save much time to write in German^^

but its true that its important to improve your command of the English

but Idk, whether it makes sense to speak English, if you have only German players within a squad (as in dow2)


poor Kickstart and poor Noel, if they have to correct everybody's crappy English^^

btw should this topic be public?


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Kickstart


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# Answer: 14 - 2009-05-08 at 11:56 PM
I have fun correcting everyones English!


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StarSky


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# Answer: 15 - 2009-05-09 at 10:27 AM
then u will be our new english teacher in the team.


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Kickstart


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# Answer: 16 - 2009-05-09 at 8:13 PM
Ok, but I want a German teacher in return ^^


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Blobskillz


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# Answer: 17 - 2009-05-10 at 1:10 PM
no problem just ask here or in MSN when you have questions
but you should not rely on austrians because they actually do not speak german


Last edit by Blobskillz at 2009-05-10 at 1:11 PM (1x Edited)
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StarSky


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# Answer: 18 - 2009-05-10 at 1:36 PM
and swiss guys are even worse!


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bischoffshof


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# Answer: 19 - 2009-06-18 at 2:27 AM
you guys don't speak bad english for not being native speakers


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XeZZ


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# Answer: 20 - 2009-06-19 at 3:45 PM
lol u only say that cause u actually didnt HEAR my english and my writing is not realy better. But it would be nice if someone would correct our grammer (grammers?) cause thats the mainproblem i think. My spelling is shit anyway in every language so fuck off spelling


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