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AndyClifton said he coming! lol
remember that scene in that Stallone-Snipes film where Stallone speaks irish to get some toilet paper ?
He doesn't know how to use the three stones.
Hey, I know it's completely off topic, but what would be the probability that if I type some random sequence of letters, it will have some meaning in English?
Close to zero, because only 5 vowels (about 20% of the letters) are used almost 40% of the time
Grunting worked before .....
Hit the woman on her head and take her home.
If we talked french we never get what we wanted anyway. Or is that...
some made sentences will make meaning if any out of the thousands of languages that exist or extinct to date.
a respectable gimmicky pluff will be taken otherwise
so careful when making sentence
Because it's the language of the Internet.
Because in most of the cases it's the first foreign language you learn in school.
Because there are over 360 millions native speakers.
Tic, tac toe. Good sentence?
Not all in english. For instance I am a member of a group for Paul Morphy and they are speaking all sorts of languages.
Tired and sick of everyone talk a Engrish? Feer so ronery and arone? Be no good at a Engrish? Feer rike you bring much dishonour of famiry name? Then I suggest immediate death by Seppuku. I have sword, much sharp, good for Seppuku. You want borrow?
Sumerian language only please.
Jag tänker skriva på svenska framöver. :)
Good one - It means Happy New Year.
Why isn't the forum in Mandarin, then?
cause chess.coms owner speaks primarily english. As for why its most spoken look it up it should be obvious since china holds more people than america and all other primary english speaking countries.
China holds more people, but not all of them speak Mandarin. More people around the world are conversant in English than are conversant in Mandarin, especially among chessplayers.
Its there primary language so yes ALL of them do. That may not be the only language but it is the norm over there
yep the guy who made the internet speaks primarily english to.
nature has once some one learns to speak English after their mother tongue that many of us don't bother to learn a third language!
LET ME TAKE THE OCCASSION THAT I HAVE A DESIRE TO JOIN A TEAM THAT TEACHES A LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH ESPECIALLY GREETING PHRASES PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU CAN OFFER THIS! :0-)
Gott Nytt År!!
When you tell a joke in sounds better when you say in English.
Even slang words sound better in English.
Talking English in English leads to longer conversations.
The Blues sound better in English.
Hey if you can get your Mother in Law to nag you another language than English their will be no need for any Ear Device or to turn up the Music.
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