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    Dos palabras Zachem Y Pochemu


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    Mi conocimiento del espa
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    smartdude, your signature quote contains a comma splice. Please change it to a semi-colon or something before my eyes start bleeding.

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    Hola. Hablo un poco de espa
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    unos problemas*, I think.
    On a side note, I can't believe "problema" is a masculine noun.

    But perhaps there were other errors, I don't really speak Spanish

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    Quote Originally Posted by Линдзи
    smartdude, your signature quote contains a comma splice. Please change it to a semi-colon or something before my eyes start bleeding.
    If I were an english major, I'd be in college. Thanks though.
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    yes i meant UNOS PROBLEMAS. And also, Problema is definetly a maculine noun. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by smartdude
    If I were an english major, I'd be in college. Thanks though.
    I have no idea what you mean by your first sentence, but thanks for fixing your punctuation.

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    lol I had no idea either, but I bet you were thrilled to see 'were' instead of 'was'
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    Quote Originally Posted by waxwing
    lol I had no idea either, but I bet you were thrilled to see 'were' instead of 'was'
    I dont mean to burst your bubble, but i am not a complete idiot. I just hastily copied that signature from slashdot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by waxwing
    lol I had no idea either, but I bet you were thrilled to see 'were' instead of 'was'
    Hee. Hooray for the subjunctive!

    Smartdude, alas that I cannot meet you in person and be dazzled by the intellect you claim gleams from your very pores. But as it stands, the only knowledge I have of your character and skills is, necessarily, your writing. If you're going to say silly things, you ought at least say them in an intelligent manner -- as bad manners does.

    And, for chrissake, capitalize your Is.

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    So smartdude, are you ever going to reveal the cryptic meaning of "If I were an english major, I'd be in college" to us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pravit
    So smartdude, are you ever going to reveal the cryptic meaning of "If I were an english major, I'd be in college" to us?
    Well, I guess if he WERE majoring in English, he'd necessarily have to be in college. I don't know if you can major in something in your free time. So it's a truism. But a pointless one. I, too, am curious what he actually meant to say.

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    Линдзи- I have never claimed that knowledge gleams from my pores.

    Pravit- If I were to reveal the meaning of it, would it really be cryptic?

    Линдзи- What does it matter if I exercise proper capitalization in an internet forum? You all are not the ones that assign me an unbelieveably high SAT score.

    Pravit- In my Mountain Dew fueled 42 hour marathon of paper-writing, I am afraid that I managed to slip into some sort of comatose stupor when I wrote that.
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    Excuses, excuses. Your "unbelieveably [sic] high SAT score" shows nothing but your ability to take an inane standardized test. And, news flash, kid, but SAT scores mean diddly in the real world, whereas your writing skills are crucial. Stop saying things like "ohhh whine I copied it from slashdot" or "sniffle I was up all late typing papers college is LIKE SO ARDUOUS" and start composing on an adult writing level. I guarantee your university has classes and tutors that can help you with this.

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    I dont mean to complain.
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    I doubt that anyone will see this, or maybe they will. Who knows. Regardless, for those who read this topic in the future: all nouns ending in -ma come from greek and are always masculine. So, el poema, el programa, el problema, etc. They are never feminine.

    Also, funcci

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    I saw it, Guest. You are vindicated! And you can guarantee I will refer back to it one day without ever telling anyone where I heard it, like I just did in some other post.

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    [quote=Anonymous]I doubt that anyone will see this, or maybe they will. Who knows. Regardless, for those who read this topic in the future: all nouns ending in -ma come from greek and are always masculine. So, el poema, el programa, el problema, etc. They are never feminine.

    Also, funcci

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    Yo uno, is "gringo" a derogatory term? I find some the willingness of some white people to call themselves "gringos" amazing.

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