ScorpsSistah wrote:I guess I don't understand Wolfgang, to me it's always been in English...??? I am going to be learning web/graphic design next year, so maybe I will understand better how a website is run, eh?
Gabi wrote:Christy dear,
As I, (who am not a native speaker and my english knowledge is far from a good one), I think it seriously, also, I know wit, thus Roberta is right.
My english teacher has lived in the U.S. and Great Britain as well through years, and she also mentioned some differences to me, and they aren't in category of slang.
Samples later, because I will have to go.
RobertaForster wrote:hehehe I have change the language to portuguese from portugal and I didn't find the difference, maybe it could be in just a few words, not to much
about the english, I think that "How do you do" is more use In UK and "How are you" is more used in US, for example. Am I right?
way more crude, I do prefer the passionate american style of datingScorpsSistah wrote:HAHA desertscorpion, or "How the hell are you?" We are more crude in our language I think!
desertScorpion wrote:way more crude, I do prefer the passionate american style of datingScorpsSistah wrote:HAHA desertscorpion, or "How the hell are you?" We are more crude in our language I think!
ScorpsSistah wrote:The only difference that I can think of is the accent! hahahaha Really tho, there is no diff except for slang. If someone could enlighten me. I really want to know what the difference is.
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