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#341 - It is quite similar to Russian as they're both Slavic language…  [+] (7 new replies) 12/22/2013 on The english alphabet FTW 0
#343 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
It's pretty much the opposite of French in reading difficulty; way too many consonants.
I'd like to learn another Slavic language next year after I get into the advanced-intermediate stage of Russian and I've been thinking about Serbian or Polish.
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#345 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
I'm fluent in Polish (although from not using it it's fading). The more Slavic languages you learn the easier it will be to learn more Slavic languages. Of course I'm inclined to say learn Polish lol
#350 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
I might do Serbian before Polish since it uses Cyrillic and the pronunciation (other than the J, which is just like in German which I already speak) seems fairly similar. Transitioning and all that.
#510 - facequer (12/22/2013) [-]
I'm studying polish at the university and the people who have studied russian before, don't think it's thats hard. It seems like that they are pretty familiar.

What is you orginal language?
#578 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
English. I went English > German > Russian, with a few years between German and Russian.
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#356 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
It's Cyrillic alphabet it is still different though isn't it?
#442 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
It's a little different but still very similar. There are some extras (like J, lj, dj, tsch) but that won't take long to adapt. I'm gonna pick up Urdu eventually as well, since it uses a similar alphabet to Arabic and is close to Hindi.
#334 - That's why is said 'if you don't include the written language"  [+] (9 new replies) 12/22/2013 on The english alphabet FTW 0
#337 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
I suppose, but being illiterate in a language kinda makes it hard to use.

Polish is a bit like Russian, isn't it? I know Russian and when I hear Polish some words are familiar.
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#341 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
It is quite similar to Russian as they're both Slavic languages. It's like German and Dutch. Except Polish has an alphabet like english while russian doesn't
#343 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
It's pretty much the opposite of French in reading difficulty; way too many consonants.
I'd like to learn another Slavic language next year after I get into the advanced-intermediate stage of Russian and I've been thinking about Serbian or Polish.
User avatar
#345 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
I'm fluent in Polish (although from not using it it's fading). The more Slavic languages you learn the easier it will be to learn more Slavic languages. Of course I'm inclined to say learn Polish lol
#350 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
I might do Serbian before Polish since it uses Cyrillic and the pronunciation (other than the J, which is just like in German which I already speak) seems fairly similar. Transitioning and all that.
#510 - facequer (12/22/2013) [-]
I'm studying polish at the university and the people who have studied russian before, don't think it's thats hard. It seems like that they are pretty familiar.

What is you orginal language?
#578 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
English. I went English > German > Russian, with a few years between German and Russian.
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#356 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
It's Cyrillic alphabet it is still different though isn't it?
#442 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
It's a little different but still very similar. There are some extras (like J, lj, dj, tsch) but that won't take long to adapt. I'm gonna pick up Urdu eventually as well, since it uses a similar alphabet to Arabic and is close to Hindi.
#327 - not really, the accent is but the grammar isn't too strict and…  [+] (11 new replies) 12/22/2013 on The english alphabet FTW 0
#331 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
The grammar is less concerning than tonality (unless that's what you meant by accent) and the fucky writing system. I prefer Korean for this reason. Hangul is kind and the grammar is reminiscent of German.
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#334 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
That's why is said 'if you don't include the written language"
#337 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
I suppose, but being illiterate in a language kinda makes it hard to use.

Polish is a bit like Russian, isn't it? I know Russian and when I hear Polish some words are familiar.
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#341 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
It is quite similar to Russian as they're both Slavic languages. It's like German and Dutch. Except Polish has an alphabet like english while russian doesn't
#343 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
It's pretty much the opposite of French in reading difficulty; way too many consonants.
I'd like to learn another Slavic language next year after I get into the advanced-intermediate stage of Russian and I've been thinking about Serbian or Polish.
User avatar
#345 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
I'm fluent in Polish (although from not using it it's fading). The more Slavic languages you learn the easier it will be to learn more Slavic languages. Of course I'm inclined to say learn Polish lol
#350 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
I might do Serbian before Polish since it uses Cyrillic and the pronunciation (other than the J, which is just like in German which I already speak) seems fairly similar. Transitioning and all that.
#510 - facequer (12/22/2013) [-]
I'm studying polish at the university and the people who have studied russian before, don't think it's thats hard. It seems like that they are pretty familiar.

What is you orginal language?
#578 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
English. I went English > German > Russian, with a few years between German and Russian.
User avatar
#356 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
It's Cyrillic alphabet it is still different though isn't it?
#442 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
It's a little different but still very similar. There are some extras (like J, lj, dj, tsch) but that won't take long to adapt. I'm gonna pick up Urdu eventually as well, since it uses a similar alphabet to Arabic and is close to Hindi.
#170 - It's a terrible time to only have 8 dollars to my name  [+] (3 new replies) 12/22/2013 on Everyone now 0
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#201 - roflnaut (12/22/2013) [-]
Spent all of my spending money on gifts for Christmas, so I have nothing to spend on myself.
I have $2 left.
#192 - urapooper (12/22/2013) [-]
I have approximately 13.14 NZD left to my name after 3 days of steam sales
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#193 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
I haven't bought anything yet. I'm broke because I bought others gifts for christmas.
#315 - because it ends in chen. 12/22/2013 on The english alphabet FTW +1
#313 - Hardest to learn in the world if you don't include the written…  [+] (13 new replies) 12/22/2013 on The english alphabet FTW 0
#323 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
I would give that title to Chinese, personally. Everything about it is difficult.
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#327 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
not really, the accent is but the grammar isn't too strict and i'm pretty sure there are only two genders.
#331 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
The grammar is less concerning than tonality (unless that's what you meant by accent) and the fucky writing system. I prefer Korean for this reason. Hangul is kind and the grammar is reminiscent of German.
User avatar
#334 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
That's why is said 'if you don't include the written language"
#337 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
I suppose, but being illiterate in a language kinda makes it hard to use.

Polish is a bit like Russian, isn't it? I know Russian and when I hear Polish some words are familiar.
User avatar
#341 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
It is quite similar to Russian as they're both Slavic languages. It's like German and Dutch. Except Polish has an alphabet like english while russian doesn't
#343 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
It's pretty much the opposite of French in reading difficulty; way too many consonants.
I'd like to learn another Slavic language next year after I get into the advanced-intermediate stage of Russian and I've been thinking about Serbian or Polish.
User avatar
#345 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
I'm fluent in Polish (although from not using it it's fading). The more Slavic languages you learn the easier it will be to learn more Slavic languages. Of course I'm inclined to say learn Polish lol
#350 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
I might do Serbian before Polish since it uses Cyrillic and the pronunciation (other than the J, which is just like in German which I already speak) seems fairly similar. Transitioning and all that.
#510 - facequer (12/22/2013) [-]
I'm studying polish at the university and the people who have studied russian before, don't think it's thats hard. It seems like that they are pretty familiar.

What is you orginal language?
#578 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
English. I went English > German > Russian, with a few years between German and Russian.
User avatar
#356 - thejerseyjenn (12/22/2013) [-]
It's Cyrillic alphabet it is still different though isn't it?
#442 - iamphoenix (12/22/2013) [-]
It's a little different but still very similar. There are some extras (like J, lj, dj, tsch) but that won't take long to adapt. I'm gonna pick up Urdu eventually as well, since it uses a similar alphabet to Arabic and is close to Hindi.
#844 - **thejerseyjenn rolls 28** 12/11/2013 on if you are bored today 0
#147 - At this point hormones won't do much for you but you look like… 12/11/2013 on Ashley's before & after... +2
#30 - obligated because of title 12/11/2013 on Let's put a smile on that face 0
#27 - She was against the wall and he kept advancing, she isn't obli…  [+] (10 new replies) 12/11/2013 on This makes me sad -20
#29 - manbeareptar (12/11/2013) [-]
no one is bitching sept u, u fucking fagget. no one said she was obligated too. just saying they feel bad for the guy who tried and was rejected.
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#36 - missmieze (12/11/2013) [-]
well but you should have a look at the girls situation. she has to reject him because he doesnt get that she is not interestet.....and that pretty obvious. its a pretty shitty feeling i tell you. shes backing up, standing against the wall and he even reaches out touching her. Thats rude.
#48 - lolollo (12/11/2013) [-]
Alright, about that last part...guys are constantly told to "be confident" and "just go for it" which is precisely what the guy did, and you're saying it's rude.

Yet had he NOT done something like that, which would have been more respectful, everyone would be saying "WELL NO WONDER HE NEVER WENT FOR A MOVE!"

So no, don't do that...seriously...
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#51 - missmieze (12/11/2013) [-]
the way he touches her is very intimate. You should not do this on the first date. thats why i say its rude. it would have been perfectly okay if he would have reached for her hand or whatever, but not this intimate.

Guys im not trying to pity anyone but im telling you as a girl which kind of 'first move' is okay and which is not. And sometimes there is just no situation for the first move. Be gentle, be polite and dont rush. Its not at all easy i know. But i cant feel bad for that guy like you do , cause i know the situation that girl is in and i can tell you it really sucks and its not at all nice when guys rush something or touch you when you dont like it.
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#54 - lolollo (12/11/2013) [-]
But this is where I pull out the same cliche you keep telling us in response to the whole "I have crazy bitch experiences." not every girl is the same. You prefer the guy take it slow, and most of the girls I've "dated" lost interest by my "slow moving" by the second date. Guys are going to follow your advice, which would work well with YOU, but end up hit or miss with literally every other girl in existence. Hair touching is too intimate, but to others, a hand touch isn't blatant enough. Intimate gestures on the first date are too soon, but to others, if they don't happen, it's indicative that the date was a failure.

Point is that it's incredibly silly to go around judging people for acting under a certain set of perceived rules just because they aren't YOUR set of rules. I can think of a number of reasons as to why the guy did everything he did, and none of them have anything to do with some internal, personality flaw he has.
#45 - manbeareptar (12/11/2013) [-]
lol right its the girl who i should pity. i mean we dont know how the whole day went. and i see the body language but the guys gunna at least try regardless. if he likes her why wouldnt he. gotta go with wat u feel. im not saying shes a bitch for not wanting it. shes not obligated to at all. wen i see this i go lol nope. not this one buddy mayb next time. im not going wow wat a bitch...so idk why we r having this little talk. i mean unless u think i should feel bad for her for having to deny the guy. which i mean is kind of stupid
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#41 - kitluck (12/11/2013) [-]
There are girls that like the feeling of being up against the wall and kissed by a guy. To most people they wouldn't know she isnt interested because she doesn't make it completely obvious.
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#43 - missmieze (12/11/2013) [-]
well im sorry but obviously you dont know bodylanguage. its not always the girls fault for the guy being in love too fast turning blind for her signs that she feels uncomfortable
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#111 - kitluck (12/11/2013) [-]
I didn't say I didn't realize it, but to a lot of people they wouldn't realize she wasn't into it from watching the GIF, just because it is short and doesn't show a whole lot.
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