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P.S: there are ALOT of Arab figures (important people like presidents, spokesmen and scientists) who make grave grammar mistakes while speaking Arabic even though it's their mother language (it happens a lot) ... It rarely happens when an English speaking person is on TV (George Bush was an exception lol)
Last edited by Shinsatsu; November 09, 2011 at 05:12 PM.
I learned English from the internet and online gaming. Schools here don't teach English, they just mess around with people's minds
My English is not that good, but it's better than most of English language -so called- teachers who work here!
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Your english is good. I can't even tell it isn't your first language.
I learned English on my own for the most part too. It started with Cartoon Network when I was little. Hearing the same things over and over makes you learn, I guess. I also think I've learned a lot by listening to music, watching movies and using the Internet... But I can't remember now. It happened on it's own. I never really studied for English classes at school.
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You mean anime/manga ones, right? My very favorite is Nana from NANA, closely followed by Kyoko from Skip Beat! (from my sig) and Horo from Spice and Wolf, after that it's Sawako from Kimi ni Todoke... I also like Onizuka from GTO a lot.
I'm very thankful! ^^ Can I try helping you with Japanese then?
I second that.