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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Dec 25, 2008.
^^ndsrelease-4299^^Contributed by Chanser
Good thing it's not "Learning Grammars"
Yeah, good thing or you might actually learn something about the language that you kidnapped and raped.
I was expecting vile yanks to knock this release but not the first post. Go and celebrate your "Heppy Huh-le-deez".
Hey it aint America's fault that Europeans are too coked up on haggis and soccer to bother spell checking let alone exercise proper grammar.
My preferred ROM sites all say release 3213 is Build-A-Lot_USA_NDS-OneUp
and 3214 is Learning_Maths_EUR_MULTi3_NDS-EXiMiUS
Looks like somebody had a bit too much of the old "Christmas spirit" today.
Good thing that this is a release from Europe, where the subject is called Maths, as in short for Mathematics
Do they not teach you this kind of thing in Geographies Class?
You must feel stupid now...
Does it include logarithms, derivatives and integrals...?
Not unless that kid on the box art is supposed to be a young Stephen Hawkings.
EDIT: for ACTUAL name
This turned into a war between the US and Europe. I had no idea about Maths and Math, sorry.
does this include simultaneous equations, or is this a little more basic?
This should be 3214.
I hate to knock fellow English-speakers but a class is a group, not an area of study (except in American). Try "lesson" or "subject".
Hence why I used it when referring to someone who went to an American school
Geez when will people get it nds users don't need learning programs to learn.
EDIT: sorry bout the double post my computer didn't show one of the posts.
Getting back on track does this game handle advanced maths or just very basic stuff? I've been thinking about improving my maths recently.
By the look of the boxart ,it looks like its addressed to people around 4 to 10 years old.