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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by NitroDynamicSyst, Feb 18, 2005.
Come back later i'm too busy at the moment
Greetings and salutations, grab a paddle and join the queue...........oh sorry forgot where I was.
Welcome to this humble abode, I'm sure you'll enjoy your stay here, just don't do what many people have done in the past. Make one post which is their introduction topic and never post again
Welcome to GBATemp!
don't worry about my post quantity, it will grow up as long as the DS will live
sorry for my bad english, it's been a long time i haven't practiced
bienvenue ici NDS
ton english n'est pas si mauvais...
enjoy your stay !
content de rencontrer le concepteur du logiciel que j'utilise pour mon x-rom
bon j'avoue j'ai qd meme une préfèrence pour LW
/dont try to read that if you don't understand french
sure say not to try and read it at the end of your post Well GBATemp is a very international board, aber ich kann dir nicht verstehen. Was kann man tun?
bienvenue à GBAtemp. j'espoire que tu t'amuse içi.
I'm in French immersion!*
anyway, like I said, welcome.
*which doesn't mean I'm any good at it...
Welcome and Enjoy!
Ich kann nicht ihn auch nicht verstehen.
Welcome to Hotel GBAtemp. The gimmick might be tired, old and overused, but goshdarnit I think it's a dead horse well worth beating.
Enjoy your stay, don't let any of the regulars scare you away. We might not be the prettiest bunch 'o grog drinkers, but we're a lot of fun anyway.
Hey there, NitroDynamicSystem!
Welcome to Hotel GBAtemp. As Qrayzie said, we ain't the prettiest of the bunch, but we're big ol' cuddly bears inside. Really, I promise!
Just... beware of one thing, I still don't know if Tempest replaced the laxatives on the front desk with candy... If he didn't, you won't be using the bathroom tonight. It'll be full. *Hides his 'Get Your Candy Here!' sign and apron*
'ich kann ihn auch night verstehen' or so i thought, although I could be hopelessly hopelessly wrong
Ja, ich habe das gedacht, weil wir nicht in Europa wohnen. Ich wollte mein Deutsch verbesseren, aber es kostet viel seit und muhe. Deshalb muss ich mehr Deutsch sprachen.
If any natural german speakers show up in this thread I'm dead, i probably just butchered their language
Do you speak german in real life, or just translate that?
This is only my first year of taking german in hs, so I translated that part so I could understand it, Acording to google translation it says: Yes, I thought that, because we do not live in Europe. I wanted my German verb serums, but it costs much since and muhe. Therefore I must more Germans spoke
Hello! I just realized, NDS= Nintendo Dual Screen and Nitro Dynamic System.
And Nintendo Developer's System!
No, I speak German. I'm in year 12 at the moment, been doing it since around about year 8. Unfortunately on a few of those words I couldn't add the umlauts (however you spell it), you know those dot dot things. Despite what babelfish says (you should know babelfish is rarely accurate) In translation it actually means: Yes, I thought that, because we don't live in Europe. I want to better my German, but it takes a lot of time and energy. Therefore I need to speak more German.
There's probably a natural speaker around the board that could point out what I spelt wrong or put in the wrong construction. (I rarely think my German is good )
.....hmm I do seem to be going off on a tangent to this topic, sorry. Have a everyone
Cool, yeah can't do those umlauts, I don't know how you spell it either.
The only option I had before now, was taking spanish. It was the only choice for 5th-8th grade. Now freshman in highschool, alot more choices. Spainish, french, russian, itialan, german.
I took german, and Like it ALOT MORE then Spanish.
You might want to work on your english first. A lot is two words not one.
@ DeMoNSTaR & jumpman17 > hihi
Wir nicht in préfèrence pour Europa n'est pas wohnen. Ich wollte Ja bon ich habe j'ai j'avoue si mauvais mein qd das gedacht Deutsch verbesseren!!! Aber es kostet meme une weil viel. Deshalb muss ich mehr seit und muhe Deutsch sprachen!