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07 Feb 2009, 10:28 pm

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Just didn't think it was fair that aliens were under-represented..;)



な。。。何それ? 変な宇宙語でも? 面白い

誰も僕を分からないだろう



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07 Feb 2009, 10:30 pm

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Well I can't be sure if you're smiling because it's Klingon or because you like the sentiment.

If the latter, you are evidently an odd person ;p


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07 Feb 2009, 11:08 pm

btw...don't know about Cree..but there's go'auld in there. Bab 5, Star Trek (natch), and a buncha others...;)



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08 Feb 2009, 4:27 am

|-|3|_|_0 3\/3RY0|\|3!

Leet counts, right?



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08 Feb 2009, 5:14 am

Lev_is_me wrote:
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Just didn't think it was fair that aliens were under-represented..;)



な。。。何それ? 変な宇宙語でも? 面白い

誰も僕を分からないだろう
and yes we count chinese as aliens too :lol:


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08 Feb 2009, 5:52 am

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|-|3|_|_0 3\/3RY0|\|3!

Leet counts, right?

No - it's an encoded form of English.


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08 Feb 2009, 5:53 am

twoshots wrote:
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twoshots wrote:
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:D

Well I can't be sure if you're smiling because it's Klingon or because you like the sentiment.

If the latter, you are evidently an odd person ;p

:lol: No, I smiled because it's from Star Trek :D

I have no idea what it actually says. Would you care to enlighten me?


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08 Feb 2009, 6:34 am

Is daar iemand wat my kan verstaan?



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08 Feb 2009, 6:41 am

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Is daar iemand wat my kan verstaan?

Ik begrijp het niet.


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08 Feb 2009, 10:23 am

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Is daar iemand wat my kan verstaan?

Ik begrijp het niet.


Nee, ek kan nie jou verstaan nie. Watse taal is dit? Duits of Hollands?



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08 Feb 2009, 11:50 am

i_wanna_blue wrote:
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Is daar iemand wat my kan verstaan?

Ik begrijp het niet.


Nee, ek kan nie jou verstaan nie. Watse taal is dit? Duits of Hollands?

Ich denke, du hat in Dutch gespracht.

(Sorry for any inaccuracies in my poor translations! :) ).


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08 Feb 2009, 12:29 pm

Comment allez-vous?



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08 Feb 2009, 12:32 pm

Greyhound wrote:
i_wanna_blue wrote:
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i_wanna_blue wrote:
Is daar iemand wat my kan verstaan?

Ik begrijp het niet.


Nee, ek kan nie jou verstaan nie. Watse taal is dit? Duits of Hollands?

Ich denke, du hat in Dutch gespracht.

(Sorry for any inaccuracies in my poor translations! :) ).


No don't worry, I was speaking Afrikaans, an indigenous language derived from Dutch. I'm pretty useless at it anyway. I used to hate the subject in school.



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08 Feb 2009, 12:56 pm

I was too late. Yeah, again but decided after a little altering to drop this....

Waarom heeft men altijd zo'n moeite om het verschil te zien tussen het Duits en het Nederlands, qua taal bedoel ik. Het kent dezelfde basis, historisch bezien, (idem het Engels) maar het Duits is gemakkelijk te herkennen door het gebruik van hoofdletters voor zelfstandige naamwoorden. De Nederlandse taal doet dat niet. Tjah, wel namen van mensen, landen en plaatsen. Dat wel.

Ok, maybe I understand it a little, why native English speaking folk confuse the Dutch and German written language but it's quite easy to distinguish the two. The Germans use a capital letter for every noun they use and the Dutch language doesn't. That's the easiest way to recognize it quickly. Even when you don't understand what's been said.



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08 Feb 2009, 2:42 pm

Me gusta la idea de este "thread." jaja. :D Hablo un poco español, pero no conosco bastante para decir que yo puedo hablo el idioma actualmente. Tuve tres anos de español en mi escuela secondaria. A eso tiempo, no tuve mucho interes en el idioma. Pero ahora en universidad, tengo mucho mas interes, y tengo una clase de español este semestre (no la tuve el semestre pasado). Fue solo recientemente que empecé practicar mi español en la internet, despues de muchos meses sin hablar alguin español. Estoy trabajando mejorar mi español ahora mismo.

Creo que hay errores gramaticos en que acabo de escribir. Pero yo tambien creo que es mejor hacer errores si se puede practicar mientras hacerlo, y por tanto mejorar.



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08 Feb 2009, 3:09 pm

Erminea wrote:
I was too late. Yeah, again but decided after a little altering to drop this....

Waarom heeft men altijd zo'n moeite om het verschil te zien tussen het Duits en het Nederlands, qua taal bedoel ik. Het kent dezelfde basis, historisch bezien, (idem het Engels) maar het Duits is gemakkelijk te herkennen door het gebruik van hoofdletters voor zelfstandige naamwoorden. De Nederlandse taal doet dat niet. Tjah, wel namen van mensen, landen en plaatsen. Dat wel.

Ok, maybe I understand it a little, why native English speaking folk confuse the Dutch and German written language but it's quite easy to distinguish the two. The Germans use a capital letter for every noun they use and the Dutch language doesn't. That's the easiest way to recognize it quickly. Even when you don't understand what's been said.


Baie dankie, ek moet dit nie vergeet nie.