speak english each day?
just forget about it!
i never, never! speak english at home!
and nor at school though.
but, our courses are in english, and we have to thoroughly understand the subjects, and construct our own answers based on our thinking and imagination, +, there are many external activities requiring us to demonstrate our language skills.
that's why my english is pretty decent, if not good.
hec, and I have to type all my exams on computer, and spelling does take consideration in language related subjects, so it's all about personal experience and knowledge.
anyways, looking forward for your next version,
and btw, how come you calling me sith? i'm sid, s! i! d!
i didnt thought that variation in language can cause confusions in even the names, lol
and btw, its not verion , its version, now where you have taken the s from it lol,
and i've never heard that s may be silent in any word, lol.
but, if the dutch pronounce version to verion, then it might be the strangest language in the world! lol
and btw, those spelling changes are often done by a few other people as well.
now some people call the forum name of robla by robler, no idea from where do they bring r, lol,
and for the people like conner, some of them refer to it as conah, and now i didnt understand the logic behind replacing e r with a h? lol
and somethimes that's even the case with dark, though i noticed a variant of winfrots wes mentioned by the name of filfer on the pcs games archive i think, and in the database entry its filfa.
not only this much, even the games like papa sangar are sometimes called as papa sanga, lol
among all these variations, most of them looks reasonable, since a person from uk has a tendency to replace er with ah , but some of them looks really odd.
just my thoughts, not towards a certain aspect though.
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