Ioannes wrote:What kinda world are we living in anyway? Girls learning Greek in order to impress boys? It should be the other way around
Ioannes wrote:Aberine wrote:Well, smart girls are trendy nowadays.
I don't see any connection to what I originally wrote and your post
-> You are blond!Ioannes wrote:What kinda world are we living in anyway? Girls learning Greek in order to impress boys? It should be the other way around Mad
Aberine wrote:Well, smart girls are trendy nowadays. Don't tell
->Ioannes wrote:Aberine wrote::shy: I feel embarrassed now and I am sure his is better. I am going to e-mail you, instead.
Don't be! We all, with few exceptions, make mistakes when learning a new language. Besides, I'm sure the Greeks you're trying to impress hardly knows anything about Greek grammar
->HaggenKennedy wrote:I think he meant we live in modern times, so girls are allowed to impress us. Smile
HaggenKennedy wrote:EDIT: I thought, just now, that maybe Aberine is a she? :p If so... well, sorry, Aberine. Smile
Of course I am a girl!
Aberine wrote:->HaggenKennedy wrote:I think he meant we live in modern times, so girls are allowed to impress us. Smile
Aberine wrote:It has been [s]a[/s] the capital of France for at least a thousand years; parallelly, it [s]keeps[/s] controls the greatest [s]place in[/s] part of the economy of the country, [s]at the same time[/s] while, for many, it is simply the most beautiful city in the world...
Did you know that...
• Paris remained in the history as The City of the Light since 1828 when they lighted its main boulevards with gas lamps.
• The Eifel Tower accepts above 6,000,000 visitors per year, and in 2002 [s]exceeded[/s] reached [literally: completed] a total of 200,000,000 tourists since it was constructed (in 1889)
• [s]The[/s] Sorbonne is the oldest university north[s]ern from[/s] of the Alps. [s][[/s]It was[s]][/s] built during the 13th century.
Aberine wrote:Is never soon enough ?
Babelfish wrote:Έχετε γράψει πολύ από χθες Δεν πειράζει, Aberine, όταν ήμουν εγώ νέος, είχα μακριά μαλλιά και συνήθως με περνούσαν για [s]μια[/s] κορίτσι Πραγματικά αυτό συμβαίνει μέχρι σήμερα, αν και έχω αγριότριχες... Τι χαζοί
Σχετικά με την μετάφρασή μου, ή μάλλον με τα σχόλιά μου μετά την:
- Με "βολιά στην λίστα" εννοούσα "bullets in the list"
- Ήθελα να γράψω "the origin" της εβραϊκής λέξεως, όχι "the root" της. Οι ρίζες των εβραϊκων λέξεων είναι εβραϊκά σύμφωνα, όπως ξέρεις
ego wrote:I'll try to find new texts soon
Aberine wrote: I look forward to that.
Όταν ακόμη ήμουν έξη χρονών, είδα μια υπέροχη ζωγραφιά σ`ένα βιβλίο για το Άγριο Δάσος, που είχε τον τίτλο "Αληθινές Ιστορίες". Έδειχνε ένα τεράστιο φίδι, το βόα, που καταβρόχθιζε κάποιο αγρίμι.
Στο βιβλίο έγραφε: "Οι βόες καταπίνουν τη λεία τους ολόκληρη, χωρίς να τη μασήσουν. Ύστερα, καθώς δεν μπορούν μήτε να σαλέψουν, βυθίζονται σε ύπνο για έξη μήνες μέχρι να χωνέψουν".
Aberine wrote::wow: But I am afraid of snakes
Aberine wrote:When I was still six years old, I [s]had[/s] saw [s]one[/s] a great picture in one book about the Wild Forest which had the title "Real Stories". [s][_______][/s] It showed [s]one[/s] an enormous snake, a Boa, which devoured some beast.
It was written in the book: Boas swallow [s]smoothly[/s] their prey completely without chewing (?). Afterwards, since they cannot move, they immerse themselves in sleep for six months [s]while[/s] until they digest.
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