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Post by JayCee » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 3:48 pm

oezcan kaplan wrote:i have some russian friends in singapore and know very good how they speak english!
they survey with middle english:)

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JayCee wrote:Even Singaporean English is better than pigin English though.

What did you work as when you lived in Norwich?
Not sure I'd trust Russians as the best judges of others abilities to speak English, if you told me you had American or British friends I'd agree.

They don't really speak English in Norwich though, they mostly just make farm yard noises in that part of the country, OO-ARGH! :wink:

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Post by JR8 » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 5:00 pm

oezcan kaplan wrote:i have some russian friends in singapore and know very good how they speak english!
they survey with middle english:)
Oh ok. But here you provide another example of a sentence that means nothing at all.

Middle-English was a precursor to modern English and spoken during the medieval period. So you're telling us your Russian friends 'survey' with medieval era English?

Did you 'survey' in your previous jobs using 'middle English' too?

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Post by oezcan kaplan » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 6:50 pm

just check some russians ,after we may continue our conversation
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oezcan kaplan wrote:i have some russian friends in singapore and know very good how they speak english!
they survey with middle english:)
Oh ok. But here you provide another example of a sentence that means nothing at all.

Middle-English was a precursor to modern English and spoken during the medieval period. So you're telling us your Russian friends 'survey' with medieval era English?

Did you 'survey' in your previous jobs using 'middle English' too?

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Post by JR8 » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 6:59 pm

oezcan kaplan wrote:just check some russians ,after we may continue our conversation
JR8 wrote:
oezcan kaplan wrote:i have some russian friends in singapore and know very good how they speak english!
they survey with middle english:)
Oh ok. But here you provide another example of a sentence that means nothing at all.

Middle-English was a precursor to modern English and spoken during the medieval period. So you're telling us your Russian friends 'survey' with medieval era English?

Did you 'survey' in your previous jobs using 'middle English' too?
How gloriously opaque!

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Post by oezcan kaplan » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 7:11 pm

you think russians aren`t good enough in English?
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oezcan kaplan wrote:i have some russian friends in singapore and know very good how they speak english!
they survey with middle english:)

regional sales manager at fluke and Raytek,responsible for european area

JayCee wrote:Even Singaporean English is better than pigin English though.

What did you work as when you lived in Norwich?
Not sure I'd trust Russians as the best judges of others abilities to speak English, if you told me you had American or British friends I'd agree.

They don't really speak English in Norwich though, they mostly just make farm yard noises in that part of the country, OO-ARGH! :wink:

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Post by JR8 » Tue, 14 Jun 2011 7:23 pm

Tanrı gerçekten bir topuz vardır knob-end. Hiçbir anlamda, bu yüzden, kesinlikle Singapur çalışmak için gerçek bir şans elde etmek için ücretsizdir yazmak.
Ama siz öyle devam edelim değil, eğlence için bir forum oluşturmuştur.

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Post by oezcan kaplan » Wed, 15 Jun 2011 2:17 am

:lol:
if you desire ,i can teach you the right form...

in my view,you should deal on your work more than writing here nonsense sentences!
JR8 wrote:Tanrı gerçekten bir topuz vardır knob-end. Hiçbir anlamda, bu yüzden, kesinlikle Singapur çalışmak için gerçek bir şans elde etmek için ücretsizdir yazmak.
Ama siz öyle devam edelim değil, eğlence için bir forum oluşturmuştur.

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 15 Jun 2011 6:59 am

pot. kettle. black. :roll:
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Post by oezcan kaplan » Wed, 15 Jun 2011 3:39 pm

enough so much inessentials!
do not mess with ozi......

i will come and meet all of you!

keep in touch

sundaymorningstaple wrote:pot. kettle. black. :roll:

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Post by JR8 » Wed, 15 Jun 2011 4:03 pm

JR8 wrote:Tanrı gerçekten bir topuz vardır knob-end. Hiçbir anlamda, bu yüzden, kesinlikle Singapur çalışmak için gerçek bir şans elde etmek için ücretsizdir yazmak.
Ama siz öyle devam edelim değil, eğlence için bir forum oluşturmuştur.
Some things seem to get lost in translation hehehe....

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Post by oezcan kaplan » Wed, 15 Jun 2011 4:13 pm

if someone wastes time on forums during office hours,how will singapore grow with foreigners?

it seems that locals should re-employ!

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JR8 wrote:Tanrı gerçekten bir topuz vardır knob-end. Hiçbir anlamda, bu yüzden, kesinlikle Singapur çalışmak için gerçek bir şans elde etmek için ücretsizdir yazmak.
Ama siz öyle devam edelim değil, eğlence için bir forum oluşturmuştur.
Some things seem to get lost in translation hehehe....

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Post by JayCee » Wed, 15 Jun 2011 4:18 pm

oezcan kaplan wrote:if someone wastes time on forums during office hours,how will singapore grow with foreigners?

it seems that locals should re-employ!

JR8 wrote:
JR8 wrote:Tanrı gerçekten bir topuz vardır knob-end. Hiçbir anlamda, bu yüzden, kesinlikle Singapur çalışmak için gerçek bir şans elde etmek için ücretsizdir yazmak.
Ama siz öyle devam edelim değil, eğlence için bir forum oluşturmuştur.
Some things seem to get lost in translation hehehe....
Are you drunk?

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 15 Jun 2011 5:07 pm

Nah, he writes like that normally. :???:
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Post by nakatago » Wed, 15 Jun 2011 6:18 pm

...but isn't JR8 in Germany?

:roll:

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Post by JR8 » Wed, 15 Jun 2011 6:52 pm

Hah!!


How did I get dragged into this...

:)

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