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Apr 24, 2006

^^ndstitle-1013^^ by T-hug at 5:44 PM (4,972 Views / 0 Likes) 18 replies

  1. T-hug
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    Chief Editor T-hug Always like this.

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    ^^ndsrelease-1013^^
     
  2. jumpman17

    Former Staff jumpman17 He's a semi-aquatic egg laying mammal of action!

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    YES! Now when I visit America I can use these useful phrases to talk to the natives....wait...
     
  3. Sara

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    hehehehe that was funny jumpman
     
  4. PlasmaWhore

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    I wish they would make an English-German dictionary. That would be very useful for me.
     
  5. TripleA

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    i want a english to japanese learning game, but this well do for now
     
  6. Jojjy Ugnick

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    I wish I knew American!
     
  7. OrR

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    It would be kind of a nice thing if these dictionaries worked in both directions... [​IMG]
     
  8. DarkLink

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    Now everyone can learn to say Color instead of Colour [​IMG]
     
  9. blizeH

    Member blizeH GBAtemp Fan

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    Wow, I never knew American was a langauge, guess you learn something every day eh?
     
  10. tshu

    Member tshu On epic journey, brb.

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    Americans are bears!
     
  11. outphase

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    ???????????????????????????????? hehe jk [​IMG]
     
  12. vinikun

    Newcomer vinikun Advanced Member

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    outphase >>

    そう言う言葉。ジョークじゃないよ、白女の子は本当にめいわくだね~^^
     
  13. Yidaki

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    Both written and spoken, in a pretty large part of the world. [​IMG]
    If you count north america as a continent, there's an entire continent where most people speak american. [​IMG]
    Also, with TV's allover the world, I think most people learn american before british. [​IMG]
     
  14. MiloFoxburr

    Member MiloFoxburr GBAtemp Regular

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    American is not a language nor is British..

    America speaks English as does Britain and Ireland

    At best they all speak different dialects of the same language
     
  15. moribund112

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    Do the differences in spelling and some aspects of grammar categorize it as a different language? Probably not, take the differences between Mandarin and Cantonese for example: the difference is OUTRAGEOUS to the point where they are mutually unintelligble, yes they are both considered dialects of Chinese language. [​IMG]

    Although, I do think the British get a bit uptight about this particular topic - can't blame them though! [​IMG]
     
  16. MiloFoxburr

    Member MiloFoxburr GBAtemp Regular

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    Im Irish and I get uptight about it lol
     
  17. OrR

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    In Germany we only learn British English in school...
     
  18. saidan

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    This is something I've aways wondered about... I'm Australian and whenever I install software etc... on my PC the language option is usually something like - English (American).
    I could never figure out if calling it American was arrogance or the people that write the software feel that there are enough people out there that are slow enough to think 'English' is only for people from England... [​IMG]

    It's strange as well that it's a Japan-America program, I used to teach english in China and they only teach British-English, as was the same with a group of Japanese girls who I had as Japan-China exchange students...

    Anyways, American or not, I'd really like to see English based versions of this!
     
  19. shunned_bozo

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    [​IMG] [​IMG]

    i can't get it to work.. please help . i have sc sd with FW 1.61 -Patchcr 2.53

    i've teste with various option (ds save , no restrt etc)

    please let me know if there is a solution this is the type of "game" i go crazy for... [​IMG]
     

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