World Champion 2006?

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World Champion 2006?

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Post by Messy » 14-03-2006 14:51

?:x

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Post by speedy » 14-03-2006 16:43

oh no don't score a tooooooooooooooooooooooooor against me lolololololo

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Post by Rincewind SW » 14-03-2006 18:32

http://rincewindsw.wird-weltmeister.de/ o_O

I should learn German; Babelfish only says:
RincewindSW obtained so far already 2 gates. Unfortunately you visited recently only RincewindSWs side. Therefore no new gates are credited.

Has anyone seen the Zombie one?

http://kevan.org/brain.cgi?RincewindSW

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Post by slimshady » 14-03-2006 19:24

wtf ..

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Post by DavidM » 14-03-2006 19:54

tor = goal!!!!

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Post by slimshady » 14-03-2006 22:45

yes, i got the whole idea..

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Post by Messy » 14-03-2006 23:46

Are english kids taught any language at school?

Hardly any of you seem to be able to speak one other than english apart from the odd spanish sentence and a bunch of german insults..

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Post by The_One » 14-03-2006 23:53

Sure but there is less motivation with most other countries learning English.

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Post by Messy » 15-03-2006 00:26

School childrens' motivation goes up to the minimum level the teacher demands, regardless of how 'useless' students and parents might think it to be.

I guess the use of studying a foreign language is disputable, though :)

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Post by meep98324 » 15-03-2006 02:36

i dunno, i'm really glad i took french, even if i'm not fluent. it would help if i ever go there again, or to quebec, or any french speaking country/provence for that matter. we don't have much motivation because english is spoken almost everywhere.

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Post by The_One » 15-03-2006 11:59

I'd definitely advocate learning at least one foreign language. It offers more benefits than just being able to converse with those who natively speak it. We might all be learning Chinese and Hindi/Urdu in a few years time anyway.

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Post by [GR]Kermit » 15-03-2006 12:09

Chinese will be required in about 15 years, I think. I can speak chinese but in a foreign dialect, so no one understands..

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Post by xiller8r » 15-03-2006 12:54

The british national curriculum (teaching standard) no longer contains any german / latin, and even when you get to about 16 years old, having french lessons becomes an option rather than madatory.

As a lot of the world now speaks english as a primary / secondary language (no arrogance there, just fact) it's become slightly less neccessary to learn other languages.

Though personally I like learning language, its fun.

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Post by slimshady » 15-03-2006 17:04

I speak french ! \o/

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