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O' The Language Troll    Social issues

Started 5/7/19 by Sand_Grain; 5331 views.
Guard101

From: Guard101

11/8/19

It's a form of lefty attitude to mock other people in a destructive way, whether it's for language mistakes or anything else. They don't give up until you disappear - they don't have jobs, they have nothing else to do but stalk, dox people around, and it's only goal during the day!

Lana (Redneckbab1)

From: Lana (Redneckbab1)

12/8/19

I have more recent news for you,

no one here will willingly disappear!

                                                         laughing

mczarina

From: mczarina

13/8/19

One of the frequent trolls (witch I currently blocked) mailed me a couple of times telling me I had not right to post anything online or on delphiforums, this is the reason why you haven't seen me for a long time.

       open_mouth

mczarina

From: mczarina

13/8/19

I lived in France for fifteen years, I learned French, I lived three years in New Orleans, I learned English, my mother tongue is Serbian. My dad's tongue is Russian. 

Serbian is practically the only European standard language whose speakers are fully functionally digraphic, using both Cyrillic and Latin alphabets.

Serbian is a standardized variety of Serbo-Croatian, a Slavic language (Indo-European), of the South Slavic subgroup.  

Similarities Between Serbian and Russian
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txCmuiiUNkw

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mczarina

From: mczarina

13/8/19

grinning Most educated Russian and Serbian speak perfectly English as well -. and since most Russians and Serbians are well educated English is extremely current too.

Tarek (Fark0us)

From: Tarek (Fark0us)

14/8/19

What language do I speak?

In that order:

ENGLISH, French $ Egyptian Arabic!  relaxed

Tarek (Fark0us)

From: Tarek (Fark0us)

14/8/19

C J (CardJoker) said RGoss99: I read you, and I noticed that you often use 'B' instead of 'P' in some words, is it a  Catalan thing to do?

 YES, I noticed this as well.

The Arabic language hasn't the letter 'P' in the vocabulary so some people use 'B' instead! 

Also the Arabic language hasn't the let 'T ' so the pronunciation is "D" or "tha"  instead of 'T' ...

Dot_hoe

From: Dot_hoe

17/8/19

I'm the offspring of an Armenian family that grew up in France and move later to North America, thus we all speak at least three languages.

Armenia was wipe out by Zitslamist zealots

Mots-clés : Arméniens Ottomans, histoire kurde, massacres, narration, Harput

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C J (CardJoker)

From: C J (CardJoker)

17/8/19

Thank you for the info!!! relaxed

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