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Discussion in 'RC' started by circus_brimstone, Jan 8, 2006.
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i don't know; ask Erik.
*volunteers to be Alina's English teacher*
Who is Alina? AN ALIEN?!?1/11onee.11!oen YOU ARe A PIonEEER!e1on!
I actually am quite curious. I thought you Swedes had English classes in school from a young age. If not, how did you become so proficient?
Japan spends the most money in Asia on English education. It's a required course in school, people spend tons on educational materials for home use, and they take extra classes at private English schools. And yet, very few can speak it at all. They have the lowest scores on standardized tests in Asia.
I remember thinking the Tea Party were absolute faggots when I was about 14. Then I got smart and realised they weren't.
I can never decide whether Interzone Mantras or Splendor Solis is my favourite album. Check out Splendor Solis first. Just cos it has Sun Going Down. What The Doors would have sounded like had they been around 20 years later.
and from Interzone Mantras, Interzone
Jeff Martin is married to an Aussie now, and lives half in Canada and half in Perth. As a result, he tours local venues and pubs every few months, either as acoustic shows or with the Armada. He's an amazing talent.
I think he means this Tea Party-
Your effort didn't go unnoticed though, Disgustipated.
I was at Gods Tower's show last weekend
Oh, my bad. Well, I did study the American revolution. I'll find one of my old essays, and be of help anyway.
No I won't.
Ok I just watched the video and that wasn't the Boston Tea Party.
Again, I applaud the effort
yeah we do bro
lots of english in school
Swedes, in general, speak English amazingly well. I speak Swedish but in my 6 months there barely needed to; people seemed to enjoy the novelty of speaking English with me and getting to use the skills they'd learnt in school.
Australian accent is goddamn terrible....
It took ages for me to understand what my friend from Melbourne says. The word "fighter" was pronounced like "fotteh" and the phrase "I don't know" was "I dain nai"... fuck that.
Yea, it's like they have a mouth full of kangaroo hair.
You live in Kiev? I have Ukrainian blood, I'm a little adopted lad, haha! I'd like to visit sometime.