View Poll Results: What is your primary language?

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  • English (Any Dialect)

    35 64.81%
  • French

    0 0%
  • German

    1 1.85%
  • Chinese

    1 1.85%
  • Spanish

    1 1.85%
  • Russian

    1 1.85%
  • Korean

    0 0%
  • Japanese

    0 0%
  • Portuguese

    1 1.85%
  • Swedish

    6 11.11%
  • Govtcheez ( ^&&^ ^&^&& )

    3 5.56%
  • Italian

    0 0%
  • There's Probably A Few

    2 3.70%
  • More But The Mods Can

    0 0%
  • Put Them In.

    2 3.70%
  • Dutch

    1 1.85%

ваш главным образом язык

This is a discussion on ваш главным образом язык within the A Brief History of Cprogramming.com forums, part of the Community Boards category; > Govtcheez is also know as Elite-7331 Speak Wait just a damn minute! That's not true in the least! It's ...

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    > Govtcheez is also know as Elite-7331 Speak

    Wait just a damn minute! That's not true in the least! It's meant as a replacement for those unforunate people with malfunctioning keyboards. It uses the least amount of letters necessary to write words. Also, it's a strong form of cryptography, as the writer himself frequently can't decide what he said.

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    Also, it's a strong form of cryptography, as the writer himself frequently can't decide what he said.
    <<<

    Hmmm, I'd never considered 4 beers then two bottles of wine and a couple of cognacs to be a crytography engine before.
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    >Hmm, Not really sure, Doesn't belgium has it's own language?
    >(even though it's a dutch dialect)

    If I am correct Belgium officially has three languages, Vlaams, French and German.

    The Netherlands also have to official languages, Dutch (Nederlands) and Frisian (Frysk).

    Is Vlaams is a Dutch dialect? It looks a lot like Dutch, but Afrikaans also looks a lot like Dutch, in fact, it is almost Dutch when you read it, except from the grammar and a collection of typical Afrikaanse words.

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    Only Spanish here it seems. I speak spanish when I'm back at home but here in England I rarely speak it at all. Even when talking to myself (I mean thinking) I use English. Really the language I speak is Spanglish (mixture between spanish and english), when I can't find a way to say it Spanish, I say it in english, and viceversa. Everyone at home speaks both so there's no problems with that.
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    What is the deference between dutch and german?
    none...

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    Originally posted by dP munky
    >>You missed Canadian.
    >>Could a mod please add it?

    govtcheez beat me to it, canadian isnt a language. BOTH of your national languages are on there

    what about arameic?
    I don't think there are many people who speak arameic, but I know a city where almost all people there speak arameic...

    ::EDIT:: added think... Damn it, I always make spelling mistakes.
    Last edited by ammar; 01-31-2003 at 09:54 PM.
    none...

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    LMAO! Get it? ahahaha I haven't told that joke in a looong time! Not since I left my native country.

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    Originally posted by Silvercord
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    LMAO! Get it? ahahaha I haven't told that joke in a looong time! Not since I left my native country.
    w. t. f.

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    dont ask. Ignorance is bliss.

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    DIE

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    >What is the deference between dutch and german?

    Old Dutch looks a lot like German, but modern Dutch is more different than German. It has a different grammar and a different vocabulaire. Both languages are of the same family of languages, just like languages as Frysk, Vlaams and the Scandinavian languages. That's why they have things in common.

    Dutch is/was also spoken in the former Dutch colonies. Like Suriname, some countries, Nederlandse Antillen, Aruba, Curacao and Indonesia. If I am correct the Nederlandse Antillen, Aruba and Curacao are still part of the Dutch kingdom.

    And Dutch also looks a lot like Afrikaans.

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    Thanks alot Shiro...
    I was always confused between them( Dutch and German ).
    I want to learn German but I don't have time, but maybe this summer I'll start learning German.
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    Originally posted by ammar
    I was always confused between them( Dutch and German ).
    You're not the only one, Americans seem to mix up german and
    dutch, Like in cartoons and such (NO, I don't watch cartoons, My
    damned sisters does that.).

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