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isorun #354792 11/08/08 09:46 PM
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I read and speak German very well. I even used to give courses in the German language once.
It is the writing that I find too complex. I'm regularly in doubt about the usage of der, die or das. Is it masculine or feminine. English is much easier smile


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Originally Posted by Myrthos
I'm regularly in doubt about the usage of der, die or das. Is it masculine or feminine. English is much easier smile


Try the Russian language, they seem not to have this at all. wink

The Spanish language, on the contrary, has the additional problems of notr only these articles, but also you must add the proper endings to the verbs ! Not only masculine and feminine, but also which grammatical case ! wink



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That's what sucks so much. All the forms and articles and stuff kill me =/



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I read that Sanskrit is the far hardest language regarding that.


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Wow...seriously OT...that transition was magical! Any other old people staggering in?

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Greetings all. Hmmm...well I can't say my post count is in the thousands, but here I am, still randomly checking (usually lurking) in the forums after 5 years. Not as many people need help questions answered about old DD anymore! I see Raze is still living up to his 'angel' title in that respect anyway. I have to cruise other RPG forums that cover DD and BD so I can show off.

What about some other regulars I used to see here all the time? DAD? Kiya? Lews? Anyway, I'm sure these forums will pick up again, with old timers and newbies both, now that Ego Draconis is well underway and being promoted. Anyway, wave

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Originally Posted by flixerflax
What about some other regulars I used to see here all the time? DAD? Kiya? Lews?


Lews is still around somewhere, but I haven't seen both Kiya and DAD in ages ...


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Originally Posted by AlrikFassbauer
Originally Posted by Myrthos
I'm regularly in doubt about the usage of der, die or das. Is it masculine or feminine. English is much easier smile


Try the Russian language, they seem not to have this at all. wink

The Spanish language, on the contrary, has the additional problems of notr only these articles, but also you must add the proper endings to the verbs ! Not only masculine and feminine, but also which grammatical case ! wink


Spanish is an easy language to learn.
Every word is pronounced exactly how it is spelled.
87% of the time the masculine and feminine case are easy to differentiate.



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I'm still here.

I believe we share the same birthday, if I'm not wrong.

DAD And Kiya are gone, sadly. They may return.



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I believe we share the same birthday, if I'm not wrong.

Why yes, you're right. October 23 will make me 25. So that would make you about, 13 by now? silly

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DAD And Kiya are gone, sadly. They may return.

Shame. Especially Kiya. We'll see, I guess.


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I'll be 18!

Yeah I hope she comes back with the new game.

Good to see you around again, though. smile



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I've been extremely busy of late (try juggling full time volunteer work with school, add a pretty crappy ISP into the equation and you'll see what I mean), but hopefully by the time DD2 comes out I'll have finished high school. Then I'll return. Until then, I hope you guys can keep the Forum running (not much has changed in the last 4 months, I'm unimpressed :-D)
See you all in div2s

BTW concerning age, I've just turned 17 3 days ago, that means I'm temporarily the same age as Lews.

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You are 173 years old ??? eek


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no alrik

he turned 173 days ago, he's now fully fearie


It's one of these days...
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You are 173 years old ???

hahaha

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Hey all, I am still around but more on the outside looking in now and then

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It's amazing and heartwarming to see that all of you have returned! jawdrop

Thanks! up

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Wow,

good to see you goldy,

up to anything exciting lately?

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been here about once a month, just not posting.

been up to tons of stuff including moving to another state and back, new job, new friends, and old sobriety mainly. how have all you been, good I pray

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allrite Goldy glad to see you here again.

I've been good, tomorrow I'm going under the knife tho, or rather lasers, eyesurgery wink.

Today the last day I wear glasses.


It's one of these days...
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