MaCk0y wrote:Has anyone ever watched a football game with female commentary ?
pyrasur wrote:MaCk0y wrote:Has anyone ever watched a football game with female commentary ?
Women's football has female commentary
MaCk0y wrote:pyrasur wrote:MaCk0y wrote:Has anyone ever watched a football game with female commentary ?
Women's football has female commentary
Ay yes. Forgot about that. When I watched some women's football on Eurosport there were 2 commentators one male and one female.
What about female commentary for men's football ?
FCB general wrote:JANKER wrote:Perfect Italian, 'broken' Spanish, 'broken' French. I'd like to learn German, I won't die before I learn it.
Well done! Do you study languages or what. I get it for English and your other 5, but Italian is a pleasant surprise.
I've started 3 weeks ago with German - alone. It won't be easy with the huge German grammar, but once you handle with that, you're on top. Spanish is something what I must learn in future. It's not that hard and I've got some things already in head which can help me a lot to learn, just like German.JANKER wrote:It's not that hard once you learn one Latin language for example and then learning the next, once you learn one Slavic then learning the next, one Germanic then learning the next and so on... With a little effort you can speak a lot of languages... Somewhere by the age of 10, I spoke like all of these languages, school didn't help much, mostly tv and autodidactism. Being a bit lazy lately, not adding another language to the list.
I agree completely. Once you learn one Latin language, the other 3 aren't hard because same rules worth for the rest. If you learn Spanish, you easily learn Portuguese and vice versa. The same thing goes with Italian.
French is a bit weird for me. The only language where I've so little learned and memorized as a kid watching their comedies which isn't a case with English, German and Spanish. To be honest, almost nothing besides greetings, thank you, few short proverbs and introduction.
One guy told once that after you learn one, the other one becomes easier and after that more and more easier.
When we talk about laziness, it's my problem since always when it comes to study almost anything. Foreign languages had been my favorite stuff during the childhood, but after elementary school everything went in 'wrong' thing(pičke ). My father has advised me in that time to sign up for language course in English, so I could quickly move on to German and I(stupid) didn't listen him. Today I would speak the mentioned three on my wishlist. Now I have time to practice English, study German on web through deutsch.info, Duolingo and one Facebook page which has been created, lately. Need to buy one good German-Croatian dictionary with grammar and borrow cousin's books for secondary school. It's going pretty well so far and I don't expect miracles after one month. It's a long journey.
JANKER wrote:I studied languages, but I didn't get my knowledge from there, as I said the TV helped me a lot and I think that's the best way to learn a language especially if you're young. When I was about 7 my Italian was perfect, I used to leave good impressions with my Italian to Italian visitors that I met at the time, they were amazed with how good I could speak it, and it was unbelievable to them that I could learn it that good from the TV.
JANKER wrote: So if you want to learn a language just limit your channels to that language you are trying to learn, and don't cheat.
JANKER wrote:I never learnt more than I already knew at school, maybe some grammar rules. At the University the professor of the Italian used to let me lecture, cause he knew he couldn't improve my Italian more than that and he would take a break. It felt good, to be the best in something...
JANKER wrote:Languages at school were the easiest thing for me too, Arts, Geography, History, that too... Exact sciences not that much, even if I found them interesting except MATH, I still despise it even today.
JJJ wrote:Very interesting communication here. I can speak Estonian with English, but working on Russian and Spanish language. German is currently in "stand by".
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