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#105 - I'm not saying English are inbred but their family tree is a *… 07/04/2016 on (untitled) +3
#74 - There is a one hadith that is written like 200-300 years later…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/29/2016 on Legal Age 0
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#153 - zombifier (06/29/2016) [-]
pedophilia is really common in the middle east

our military was told not to do anything about it either...
#20 - I am and it feels like that. I have to always leave a space be… 06/28/2016 on freed +1
#3 - Thai women are like shrodinger's cat.  [+] (1 new reply) 06/28/2016 on even better +6
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#8 - twiceasfun (06/29/2016) [-]
Schrodinger's penis
#29 - I don't understand your accent 06/26/2016 on Happiness 0
#27 - Source please? I have a mighty need.  [+] (2 new replies) 06/26/2016 on Happiness 0
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#29 - hurzg (06/26/2016) [-]
I don't understand your accent
#170 - We have declensions but you just add an agglutinant to the ver…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/26/2016 on languages 0
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#202 - arandomanon (06/26/2016) [-]
With declensions I meant declensions for nouns like in latin or german (rosa, rosae, rosam, etc.). What you meant are verbal tenses and yeah, you basically add a suffix to the verb root, which is how it works (at least in the languages I know). But I guess you don't have those.
#142 - Well in turkish you just have three main tenses; past, present…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/25/2016 on languages 0
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#147 - arandomanon (06/25/2016) [-]
That sounds pretty simple. And yeah, in Spanish is the same: if you read a word and you know the basic pronunciation rules, you can pronounce it correctly for almost sure.

No articles? Do you have declensions, though?
#170 - hurzg (06/26/2016) [-]
We have declensions but you just add an agglutinant to the verb root which doesn't change the verb itself.
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#202 - arandomanon (06/26/2016) [-]
With declensions I meant declensions for nouns like in latin or german (rosa, rosae, rosam, etc.). What you meant are verbal tenses and yeah, you basically add a suffix to the verb root, which is how it works (at least in the languages I know). But I guess you don't have those.
#138 - Where are you from? My first language is turkish and I thought…  [+] (5 new replies) 06/25/2016 on languages 0
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#141 - arandomanon (06/25/2016) [-]
Really? Now that's a surprise. I'm from Spain and, as the post said, we've got a shit ton of verbal tenses with 3 different conjugations + irregular verbs (I don't know how many there can be... but I think we've got more than English), meaning that for a single verb we can have more than 150 variations that are more or less the same for the verbs in the same conjugation. So we've got 150 verbs variations per conjugation at 3 conjugations + irregular verbs. Also the indirect and indirect objects are a pain in the ass and more stuff I'm too tired to remember.

What is exactly hard from English grammar? I've studied French, English and a tiny bit of German and English is the easiest one, by far.
#142 - hurzg (06/25/2016) [-]
Well in turkish you just have three main tenses; past, present and future. The other variations are not very vital for you to speak and easy to understand if you know the other three. We don't have articles like european languages and irregularities are almost non. And if you read a word you can pronounce it correctly %95 of the time. So when I was learning english there was nothing I could relate to. I guess it is a lot easier for people with another european language as their native one.
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#147 - arandomanon (06/25/2016) [-]
That sounds pretty simple. And yeah, in Spanish is the same: if you read a word and you know the basic pronunciation rules, you can pronounce it correctly for almost sure.

No articles? Do you have declensions, though?
#170 - hurzg (06/26/2016) [-]
We have declensions but you just add an agglutinant to the verb root which doesn't change the verb itself.
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#202 - arandomanon (06/26/2016) [-]
With declensions I meant declensions for nouns like in latin or german (rosa, rosae, rosam, etc.). What you meant are verbal tenses and yeah, you basically add a suffix to the verb root, which is how it works (at least in the languages I know). But I guess you don't have those.
#137 - I'm Turkish and turkish language is agglunative, has phonetic … 06/25/2016 on languages 0

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