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Hi everyone!! Im a spanish player. I'll be here for a while due to the closure of the spanish speaking forum. Pls be patient with our english. Thxs for your understanding. :Smile_child:. Well.... is there a cup of tea? :cap_look:

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Hey Bro/ sis (?). Welcome. You're English seems promising enough. Hope to see you in battle soon! Not, by any means at all to draw the history card. So by far I will never ever want to mention the "watergeuzen,"  Den Briel, Leiden or the Spanish Armada. I'd only be honored to face a Spanish player in a "fair" fight all the time... :Smile_playing::Smile_honoring::Smile_teethhappy:

 

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7 hours ago, Ferry_25 said:

You're English seems promising enough.

 

I'm not sure if I should laugh or cry...

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On 3/8/2018 at 9:05 AM, Bunnytob said:

I'm not sure if I should laugh or cry...

Just laugh my friend...there is no reason for crying... . Can i ask why? 

 

On 3/8/2018 at 1:13 AM, Ferry_25 said:

Hey Bro/ sis (?).

Heheheh. Bro would be ok... :Smile_teethhappy:

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34 minutes ago, Arthur_2007 said:

Just laugh my friend...there is no reason for crying... . Can i ask why? 

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On 07/03/2018 at 11:13 PM, Ferry_25 said:

You're English seems promising enough.

"You're" is a contraction of "You are", so he just said:

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You are English seems promising enough.

Which is both funny and a sad indictment of our education system.:Smile_teethhappy:

(FYI he meant to use "your" which is the posessive pronoun meaning "belonging to you", which is spoken the same as "you're")

 

Welcome to the board!:Smile_honoring:

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On 02/03/2018 at 9:13 AM, Arthur_2007 said:

Hi everyone!! Im a spanish player. I'll be here for a while due to the closure of the spanish speaking forum. Pls be patient with our english. Thxs for your understanding. :Smile_child:. Well.... is there a cup of tea? :cap_look:

Here, have a cuppa :cap_tea:

 

And don't worry about your English, I daresay vast majority of players who post here are not native speakers, yours truly included :fish_boom:

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On 3/14/2018 at 11:53 AM, Captain_LOZFFVII said:

Ferry said:

"You're" is a contraction of "You are", so he just said:

Which is both funny and a sad indictment of our education system.:Smile_teethhappy:

(FYI he meant to use "your" which is the posessive pronoun meaning "belonging to you", which is spoken the same as "you're")

 

Welcome to the board!:Smile_honoring:

Oh!! I get it now! Hehehhe thxs for the explanation. Well... be ready for crying when you start reading all my english post :Smile_teethhappy:. And thxs again for your welcome

 

On 3/14/2018 at 5:22 PM, Tuccy said:

Here, have a cuppa :cap_tea:

 

And don't worry about your English, I daresay vast majority of players who post here are not native speakers, yours truly included :fish_boom:

Thank you!! :cap_like:

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Your, you're, yaw. (Belonging to you, you are and change in direction)

Their, they're, there. (Belonging to them, they are and a preposition)

It's, its (the latter is the possessive - belonging to it, while the former is the contraction of "it is").

 

Those three are VERY COMMON amongst ALL English speakers (especially Americans) so there's no need to be ashamed if somebody yells at you for being wrong.

 

Extra random fact: "you" in English translates to both "tu/usted" and "vosotros/ustedes" in Spanish. This was once not the case, however, as the singular (tu/usted) was once "thou". Today, however, "you" takes a singular form more often, with "y'all", "yous", "you lot" and "you two/three/four" being used as the plural.

 

Sheesh, this has kinda turned into a bit of a grammar rant, hasn't it...

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On 3/16/2018 at 9:16 PM, Bunnytob said:

Your, you're, yaw. (Belonging to you, you are and change in direction)

Their, they're, there. (Belonging to them, they are and a preposition)

It's, its (the latter is the possessive - belonging to it, while the former is the contraction of "it is").

 

Those three are VERY COMMON amongst ALL English speakers (especially Americans) so there's no need to be ashamed if somebody yells at you for being wrong.

 

Extra random fact: "you" in English translates to both "tu/usted" and "vosotros/ustedes" in Spanish. This was once not the case, however, as the singular (tu/usted) was once "thou". Today, however, "you" takes a singular form more often, with "y'all", "yous", "you lot" and "you two/three/four" being used as the plural.

 

Sheesh, this has kinda turned into a bit of a grammar rant, hasn't it...

Indeed.... we better start talking about ships before we get banned :Smile_teethhappy:

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10 hours ago, Arthur_2007 said:

Indeed.... we better start talking about ships before we get banned :Smile_teethhappy:

Okay then.

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On 3/20/2018 at 7:41 AM, Bunnytob said:

Okay then.

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Hmmm... i think i have 410 reasons for disagree... :Smile_glasses:

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