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Grrrrrrr - What is bugging you today?!
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150.       Elisa
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 17 Oct 2006 Tue 10:56 pm

Really badly written Turkish on a site for people learning Turkish

151.       aenigma x
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 17 Oct 2006 Tue 11:27 pm

Quoting Elisa:

Really badly written Turkish on a site for people learning Turkish



+1 I am sick of mentioning it always

152.       libralady
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 18 Oct 2006 Wed 12:13 am

Even worse, badly written English ............ text talk really bugs me, u no wot i mn

153.       aenigma x
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 18 Oct 2006 Wed 12:55 am

Quoting libralady:

Even worse, badly written English ............ text talk really bugs me, u no wot i mn



Opps +1 I mis-read Elisa's post - I thought she was talking about English ! Totally, absolutely agree. Its ok in off-topic, but other forums should be written clearly.
Hehehe seems I don't read properly even when they ARE written clearly lol!

154.       susie k
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 18 Oct 2006 Wed 09:44 am

155.       Elisa
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 18 Oct 2006 Wed 10:24 am

Quoting libralady:

Even worse, badly written English ............ text talk really bugs me, u no wot i mn



I agree about the text talk. But English not being perfect here doesn't bother me too much. English is not my native language, I'm sure I make mistakes. There are a lot of people here in a similar situation, trying to learn Turkish through a language that is not their mother tongue. Making mistakes in those cases is understandable.
But I can't stand seeing people who master the Turkish language, writing in slang, in text talk, not using the Turkish alphabet, etc.. It makes it hard for the ones who want to learn, and since this is a TR language class, I can imagine there are a lot of those kind of people here

156.       aenigma x
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 18 Oct 2006 Wed 10:47 am

Quoting Elisa:

Quoting libralady:

Even worse, badly written English ............ text talk really bugs me, u no wot i mn



I agree about the text talk. But English not being perfect here doesn't bother me too much. English is not my native language, I'm sure I make mistakes. There are a lot of people here in a similar situation, trying to learn Turkish through a language that is not their mother tongue. Making mistakes in those cases is understandable.
But I can't stand seeing people who master the Turkish language, writing in slang, in text talk, not using the Turkish alphabet, etc.. It makes it hard for the ones who want to learn, and since this is a TR language class, I can imagine there are a lot of those kind of people here



I agree with you, and hope you didn't misunderstand Elisa dostum ! Libralady and I were not meaning ALL english language should be perfect, just that we think it is a courtesy for English people to not use slang on here - particulary if they are asking for translations.

157.       Elisa
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 18 Oct 2006 Wed 10:53 am

Quoting aenigma x:

Quoting Elisa:

Quoting libralady:

Even worse, badly written English ............ text talk really bugs me, u no wot i mn



I agree about the text talk. But English not being perfect here doesn't bother me too much. English is not my native language, I'm sure I make mistakes. There are a lot of people here in a similar situation, trying to learn Turkish through a language that is not their mother tongue. Making mistakes in those cases is understandable.
But I can't stand seeing people who master the Turkish language, writing in slang, in text talk, not using the Turkish alphabet, etc.. It makes it hard for the ones who want to learn, and since this is a TR language class, I can imagine there are a lot of those kind of people here



I agree with you, and hope you didn't misunderstand Elisa dostum ! Libralady and I were not meaning ALL english language should be perfect, just that we think it is a courtesy for English people to not use slang on here - particulary if they are asking for translations.



Nono, I didn't
But I just wanted to make clear that it is a courtesy TO people wanting to learn Turkish to not use slang here, and use the correct alphabet. Not only in translations but everywhere on this site!

158.       kai
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 18 Oct 2006 Wed 05:07 pm

Well I aint gotta a clu wht ur all on about lol Joking of course

159.       Elisa
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 18 Oct 2006 Wed 09:41 pm

Missing my old TC


edit: and also my cigs

160.       aenigma x
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 18 Oct 2006 Wed 09:47 pm

Quoting Elisa:

Missing my old TC


edit: and also my cigs




Awwwwwwwwwww honey . Don't worry it will soon be winter
(can't help with the cigs though :hugs: )

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