Saturday, September 25, 2010

A Note on the English

It might be obvious to some of the readers that I'm not a native speaker. Also, it isn't about the easiest subject to write about, either. This doesn't mean I think I write superbly and need no advice - quite the contrary. Whenever you read something that is idiomatically or grammatically incorrect please always comment on that. Any suggestions to make my texts flow better in general are also welcome. =)

14 comments:

  1. What an honest an legitimate comment razortek, haha.

    Seems like you've got a pretty good grasp on the english language judging by your typing. I'd like to learn a new language or two some time, I feel stupid being the typical monolingual amurrican.

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  2. I'd love see a blog where someone's learning a new language on their own and sharing the methods!

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  4. The great thing about english is there are many different ways to say the same thing. Your english seems fine, I'll be sure to watch your blog.

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  5. Your english is actually rather good. Sadly, better than some native speakers. Or perhaps that's a good thing.

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  6. That's excellent. Always trying to better yourself by accepting constructive criticism is pretty much the best way to learn.

    AAAWWW YEEEAHHHHH

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  7. Wow you use big english words "idiomatically" i been speaking forever i dont even know what that means! Youll do well

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  8. I find your blog fun to read and very addicting, so I've decided to Follow you.

    I have a blog as well, which you can follow if you're interested. It's the life story of a badass, modern Pecos-Bill-type character told in daily vignettes. I'm looking for actual readers, rather than just clickers/supporters, so if anyone's interested, feel free to take a look. =)

    http://tornadojackson.blogspot.com/

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  9. I SPEAK awesome not english TALLLEY HOOWWOHOOO


    SABBAEA DOOOO

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  10. Phs, it's better written than most other blogs from native speakers

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  11. Cheers iRetiv, "idiomatically" is derived from the word idiom - basically it means just the manner how natives speak a language.

    I lolled also at DatFella :D

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  12. Your english is better than that of many native english college students.
    Feel good, man.

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  13. Its ok i can understand it well so no fear :) followed

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