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#5 - i did the first one one time and it turned out to be the women… 07/13/2016 on Dank Vintage Reposts Circa... 0
#32 - i always forget to sign in 07/10/2016 on White skin is sub-human -2
#61 - oh ok i see. and we all know how that worked out for sweden 07/06/2016 on SJW comp: master of... +3
#44 - how is leaving the eu racist? the eu just does things with eco…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/05/2016 on SJW comp: master of... +3
#127 - anon (07/06/2016) [-]
a huge part of the leaving campaign was endorsing an anti-immigrant attitude
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#54 - funpunk (07/06/2016) [-]
The EU also was partially responsible for the flood of Syrian immigrants into Europe.
#179 - anon (07/06/2016) [-]
No, that were Blair and Bush who invaded Iraq. Your own fault.
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#61 - heyzeus (07/06/2016) [-]
oh ok i see. and we all know how that worked out for sweden
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#208 - im not good at spanish, i will admit, ive barely looked at it.…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/27/2016 on languages 0
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#211 - etiennesk (06/27/2016) [-]
I specifically said that modern English has been simplified to the point where the masculine and feminine genders are very rare. nah man, I'm not trying to argue, per say, as much as answer your questions. Though I'm sorry if I came off as mean-- not everyone spends all their time learning languages that they'll hardly ever use...

just fyi, Latin based languages all used genders in part because it helped make things more specific or to reference a historical reason on how words developed in the language. They weren't all just picked at random; for example proper names of land features (rivers, mountains) or the months of the year are generally masculine where cities, countries(though there are many exceptions), and most---not all by any stretch--- plants are feminine.
but don't let grammatical gender fool you. It's really easy to learn it and it's a part of learning the vocabulary anyways.

I do want to remind you that I did say that from a linguistic standpoint it's hard to learn, and this is because the rules have far too many exceptions even more than French, and French pride themselves on their exceptions! and, as as I said with comment #120, the irregularities make English hell to master, and pronunciation is forever a bitch. if you're curious, in my opinion Spanish is possibly the easiest to learn language because of this. pronunciation is ALWAYS as it's written and the irregularities are mostly rare.
#62 - how does english have genders? in this reply alone i dont ment…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/25/2016 on languages 0
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#76 - etiennesk (06/25/2016) [-]
how does english have genders?
him, her, it, he, she, itself, actor, actress, waiter, waitress in Old English: poet, poetess, author, authoress
just like in Spanish, these genders have to agree with certain articles:
He wears his shoes.

Also i don't think you know spanish if you think that those tenses have two forms based on gender.
ella corre, él corre. verbs don't have gender, only nouns and the adjectives to describe those nouns do.

In fact your argument about the tenses solidifies that you don't know spanish, because most languages, spanish and english included, have about the same amount of conjugations conjugation seems to be the word you keep not using .
I was, vs I have been. Caminé vs caminaba There are many more verb tenses than you think are present but gender isn't one of them.
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#208 - heyzeus (06/27/2016) [-]
im not good at spanish, i will admit, ive barely looked at it. not good at languages in general to be honest. im bad at english too. both arent my language but i do know english more than spanish. so you got me there, but still, as you said, nouns have the genders in spanish. they both have pronouns (him her he she) and there are a few things like actor vs actress which are gender specific, but you honestly cant say that english is reliant on gender as much as spanish is. like how "the desk" is feminine in spanish so it has its own feminine "the" and "a photo" is actually feminine but in spanish ends with a masculine o. in english those things would just be objects without x and y chromosomes.

ALSO I WANT YOU TO KNOW IM NOT AS MUCH ARGUING MY POINT AS I AM ASKING QUESTIONS ON HOW CAN ENGLISH BE HARD, YOU CLEARLY NO MORE ABOUT LANGUAGE THAN I DO SO I TRUST YOU ARE MORE CORRECT THAN ME, IF THIS WAS AN ARGUMENT YOU WON
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#211 - etiennesk (06/27/2016) [-]
I specifically said that modern English has been simplified to the point where the masculine and feminine genders are very rare. nah man, I'm not trying to argue, per say, as much as answer your questions. Though I'm sorry if I came off as mean-- not everyone spends all their time learning languages that they'll hardly ever use...

just fyi, Latin based languages all used genders in part because it helped make things more specific or to reference a historical reason on how words developed in the language. They weren't all just picked at random; for example proper names of land features (rivers, mountains) or the months of the year are generally masculine where cities, countries(though there are many exceptions), and most---not all by any stretch--- plants are feminine.
but don't let grammatical gender fool you. It's really easy to learn it and it's a part of learning the vocabulary anyways.

I do want to remind you that I did say that from a linguistic standpoint it's hard to learn, and this is because the rules have far too many exceptions even more than French, and French pride themselves on their exceptions! and, as as I said with comment #120, the irregularities make English hell to master, and pronunciation is forever a bitch. if you're curious, in my opinion Spanish is possibly the easiest to learn language because of this. pronunciation is ALWAYS as it's written and the irregularities are mostly rare.
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