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Taa dak, but you still havent told me which feilds of bioloogy your interested

in.

 

Greets Mag, you've tolds us which langs you are being forced to learn.

Which would you want to learn though?

 

Cheers.

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Tidak berchacup bahasa melayu.

Wo pu hue chung kuo hua.

Je ne parle pas le francais

Ni gaberu pa russki

No habla espanol.

 

et cetera

 

Seventeen languages attempted, sixteen failures, and I'm still working on the English.

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Greets Mag' date=' you've tolds us which langs you are being forced to learn.

Which would you want to learn though?

 

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oh yeah, of course.

 

I would like to take German.

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Taa dak' date=' but you still havent told me which feilds of bioloogy your interested

in.

 

Greets Mag, you've tolds us which langs you are being forced to learn.

Which would you want to learn though?

 

Cheers.[/quote']ho yes, indeed you are correct -- i was tired and forgot.

 

lesse...

 

Ekuserento desu.

Watashi ga naasu desu.

Baiorojii konomui nimo.

Nanno konomui desu ka

 

houigaku mo idengaku (besushite bunshiidengaku) ga konomui desu.

 

 

nemo: hitomen'ekifuzenshouuirusu no kenkyuubun'ya ga besushite konomui desu.

 

anata konomui desu ka?

 

(if i got that right id be amazed -- i think i need to work on my particles/centance structure a bit)

 

[hide]i like forensics and genetics (espescially molecular genetics);

 

also' date=' i espescially like the field of hiv [i'](umm... maybe that should have had a 'research' in there somewhere?)[/i]

 

you?[/hide]

 

just a quick thought: what punctuation do they have in japanese? ive only ever come across the period (which is o) and a few that theyeve yoinked from us, namely '!' and '?'.

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BUMP!

 

is anyone interested in continuing this? (if not, i wont bump it again).

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ee sumimasen dak-san. :embarass:

 

I've kept putting it off due to post exam+2 Assignment tiredness.

 

Well I'm back.

Someone else has the very good(and very exp) language kit at the library

so my posts will stay simple for a while yet.

 

So lets see, I fear you got something wrong too but my japanese

isn't sufficient to be sure what. Perhaps one of the others

can give us a clue.

 

Watashi wa kaibougaku to seirigaku konomui datte

rinshou to bunshiseibutsugaku konomui desu.

(but I'm not very good at the last one(yet).)

 

[Hide]

I like A&P also Pathology and Molecular biology.

[/Hide]

 

Cheers.

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Guest missmad

I speak arabic, a little french and a italian, spanish, indonesian, maltese and english of course.

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any one interested in arabic can chat with me

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An arabic question.

 

Does Arabic cover a multitude of languages like

Chinese does(Mandarin, Cantonese, Fukien, etc) or is

it a single language?

 

 

 

ee dak-san,

nihon no inshokubutsu wa oishii desu ka

nani inshokubutsu ga oishii ka

 

Watashi ga amaimono to ameni to oshizushi to anzutake tabemas.

Oishii desu ne.

yakimeshi ga ichiban oishii desu ze.

 

aburaage ga ooaji desu.

 

(I also like a lot of other Japanese food but my likes

extend beyond my language) :)

 

Am I correct in thinking that kantarella are called apricot mushrooms

in Japanese? Anzu=apricot?? take = mushrooms??

 

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Hey Dak,

Do you like Japanese food?

Which ones?

 

I eat sweets, fruits boiled in sugar, (sort of like a cake made

of rice mixed with fish and other stuff), and kantarella(a mushroom).

 

Fried Rice is the yummiest!!

Tofu is tastless crap.

[/hide]

 

Cheers.

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It is a single formal language ,but each country has its dialect (Egyptian , goulf ,North Africa,...) which is the same as English.

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Russian is a secondary lang to me, I`m no expert, but I could (and have) survived there without great difficulty, I just wouldn`t make a great conversationalist :)

 

I know lots of little bits from many other languages also, but mainly basic politeness and manners.

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I know 2 types of languages French and English.

 

Translation: Je connais 2 langues: l'Anglais et le Francais

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I speak english, swedish and portuguese fluently.

The last two years i've been studying spanish. I studied german for three years, but since it's been two years since (and never used it, apart from a 4-day classtrip in Berlin), and the fact that i almost hated the language, well, let's just say my german is very rusty.

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I speak French quite well. I also have adequate (but shaky) knowledge of Latin and Greek.

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