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OFF: Let's freak out of English

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OFF: Let's freak out of English
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   Волшебник
 
21.02.12 - 10:12
1. I have a question33% (9)
4. I have nothing to say33% (9)
2. I have a suggestion26% (7)
3. I have a confusion7% (2)
Всего мнений: 27

Only inside this topic you can write your messages in English and in Russian! Hello to everybody!

Только в этой ветке вы можете писать сообщения по-английски и по-русски! Всем привет!

Книга знаний: Изучение английского языка - коллекция ссылок
   IVIuXa
 
201 - 21.02.12 - 13:21
(199) факи бранится будут  ?
   IVIuXa
 
202 - 21.02.12 - 13:21
(201)
банится
   Волшебник
 
203 - 21.02.12 - 13:23
(196) Ну если имелось русское "моё дело предложить", то можно сказать так: "I've just offered/proposed/suggested" или "it was only a suggestion" или "I offer, you decide".
   Волшебник
 
204 - 21.02.12 - 13:23
(201) Думаю, нет. Я даже по радио слышу песни с этими факами. Гонят просто матерщину и всем похуй.
   Живой Ископаемый
205 - 21.02.12 - 13:24
2(201) You've taken me for a wrong person, I'm not a moderator...
   jsmith
 
206 - 21.02.12 - 13:24
(204) Я же писал в предыдущих постах. Этот фак даже в фильмах для широкого зрителя идёт
   Волшебник
 
207 - 21.02.12 - 13:25
(199) А вообще зрелище удручающее... Как говорится, напиши пару английских постов на мисте и я скажу твой уровень. :)
   IVIuXa
 
208 - 21.02.12 - 13:25
(204)
вау
ну теперь уже не хочется постить, раз разрешено.... :)
   jsmith
 
209 - 21.02.12 - 13:26
(200) I'm awaiting a lot of yami-yami in 8.2.16
   NcSteel
 
210 - 21.02.12 - 13:27
????????
   Midaw
 
211 - 21.02.12 - 13:27
(209) what is the yami-yami?
   IVIuXa
 
212 - 21.02.12 - 13:28
(207)
уровень в см - уже баян вверху посты были
   NcSteel
 
213 - 21.02.12 - 13:28
(210) блин китайские символы не воспринимает
   jsmith
 
214 - 21.02.12 - 13:28
What is the English equivalent for 'мистовчанин'
Mister?
   jsmith
 
215 - 21.02.12 - 13:28
(211) вкусняшки
   FarFar
 
216 - 21.02.12 - 13:31
(214) Mistaman, may be
   jsmith
 
217 - 21.02.12 - 13:31
(216) that sounds good
   Волшебник
 
218 - 21.02.12 - 13:32
(214) mistuke
   FarFar
 
219 - 21.02.12 - 13:33
(218) i'f prefer to be "a mistaman", not "mistuk" ))
   FarFar
 
220 - 21.02.12 - 13:33
(219) i'd
   jsmith
 
221 - 21.02.12 - 13:34
(218) is it some hero? e.g. Mistaken Luke
   jsmith
 
222 - 21.02.12 - 13:35
Well, if mistaman stands for male Mista user, what would be for female?
Mistagal?
   jsmith
 
223 - 21.02.12 - 13:37
To go on, there shoud be a word for 'siski'
Tits or bubs?
   ковер
 
224 - 21.02.12 - 13:38
(198) это не диалект это сокращения
   Живой Ископаемый
225 - 21.02.12 - 13:38
"boobs" is the only option
   jsmith
 
226 - 21.02.12 - 13:39
(225) that sounds great, i almost feel them
   mirosh
 
227 - 21.02.12 - 13:48
i would like to raise my English. what i suppose to do?
   FarFar
 
228 - 21.02.12 - 13:48
During to unknown reasons every topic goes to boobs on 3-th houndreds of posts
   FarFar
 
229 - 21.02.12 - 13:49
(227) What are your goals?
   FarFar
 
230 - 21.02.12 - 13:50
(227) Why English so nesessary to you?
 
 
   mirosh
 
231 - 21.02.12 - 13:55
(229) speak and read good withot vocabulary or translators.
   Живой Ископаемый
232 - 21.02.12 - 13:57
2(231) You cannot speak without vocabulary... Because vocabulary is what you have in yor mind, not in any book...
I guess you wanted to say "without dictionary"
   KnightAlone
 
233 - 21.02.12 - 13:59
(232) хы. подколол :))
   FarFar
 
234 - 21.02.12 - 13:59
(231) is it a goal?
   Волшебник
 
235 - 21.02.12 - 14:02
(227) My point is listening. You are to listen a lot and your English will improve automatically.
   mirosh
 
236 - 21.02.12 - 14:04
(234) its my goal, if you have a doubt of it, it doesnt matter
(232) there are several meanings of "vocabulary" and you know it. i see you just like to find and fix mistakes. So, you've got it.
   mirosh
 
237 - 21.02.12 - 14:04
(235) thanks, i will
   jsmith
 
238 - 21.02.12 - 14:06
Every coder of 1C
(Stupid, clever, fix and free)
Visit Mista, i can say
Even live on it, i pray!
Mista has so many answers
To whatever you can ask:
Drink some poison for example
Or to make a wall-head-crack.
I love Mista like a sister
For it Holy [Friday] Wars.
Live forever dear Mista
Like The Sun between the stars.
   Волшебник
 
239 - 21.02.12 - 14:07
(238) A+
   mirosh
 
240 - 21.02.12 - 14:07
(238) bravo!
   Живой Ископаемый
241 - 21.02.12 - 14:07
2(236) Ok, ok... I didn't want to offend you, really...
   jsmith
 
242 - 21.02.12 - 14:08
(239) (240) just a piece of fun )
   Explorer1c
 
243 - 21.02.12 - 14:09
(238)I think it has to be mista"s slogan
   Волшебник
 
244 - 21.02.12 - 14:10
(243) Not slogan, but anthem
   marvak
 
245 - 21.02.12 - 14:17
(222)
Mistress
   Midaw
 
246 - 21.02.12 - 14:19
(245) mistapecker's
   Волшебник
 
247 - 21.02.12 - 21:44
Так и запишем в Летопись форума. Когда мистянам разрешили общаться по-английски, первым делом они определились с "факами" и "сиськами".
   jsmith
 
248 - 21.02.12 - 21:50
(247) главное, чтобы их количество на квадратный метр не зашкаливало
   Волшебник
 
249 - 21.02.12 - 21:59
(248) Пока не очень понимаю, что значит "зашкаливает"?

У мисты хороший хостинг, много места. Пусть флудят.
   sda553
 
250 - 22.02.12 - 07:52
quiz. Find something common in the following:
1. sike
2. care bear stare
3. i've fallen and i can't get up
4. shot in the heart
   FarFar
 
251 - 22.02.12 - 11:02
One man lived in USA wrote me:

[2:15:10] In the dry parts of the U.S., the tractors used on farms have a device that sprays water to cool the farmer.
[2:15:22] In the Southeast, since the air is humid, it only makes it hotter.
[2:15:54] So, if a farmer in the Southeast buys such a tractor, he has to remove the water-sprayer

American tractor: http://www.archithings.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/john-deere-7530-premium-series-tractor-3.jpg
   Живой Ископаемый
252 - 22.02.12 - 11:15
2(250) I give up. What is the answer?
   sda553
 
253 - 22.02.12 - 14:59
(252) Oh. I see you give up! Are you leaving for good?
   Steel_Wheel
 
254 - 22.02.12 - 15:06
(209) What a sucker? There would be swarms of the bugs, and features, which 1C company itself would dare to use. Just as usual
   Живой Ископаемый
255 - 22.02.12 - 15:06
Am I LEAVing for good? I'm not sure, why?
   Steel_Wheel
 
256 - 22.02.12 - 15:10
If you would like to leave for good, feel free to ask a moderator :)
   Somebody
 
257 - 22.02.12 - 15:12
(227) "what am I supposed to do" is correct.
   Волшебник
 
258 - 22.02.12 - 15:16
(257) "What should I do?" is more simple.
   Somebody
 
259 - 22.02.12 - 15:18
May be , but "what am I supposed to do" is more English :)
   Живой Ископаемый
260 - 22.02.12 - 15:19
Ah... I didn't know the meaning of phrase "leaving for good"... It seems to mean that I won't participate this quiz, and I should wait for more dare and brave participants, who would suggest their own answer, right? :)
 
 
   Somebody
 
261 - 22.02.12 - 15:21
(260) to leave for good - уйти насовсем :)
   Живой Ископаемый
262 - 22.02.12 - 15:22
ну да, я уже сверился со словарем...
   Somebody
 
263 - 22.02.12 - 15:22
(261) look at (256)  - feel free to ask a moderator. a goddamn quip :)
   jsmith
 
264 - 22.02.12 - 15:23
wuz goin on here
   jsmith
 
265 - 22.02.12 - 15:23
ой простите. я случайно
What's going on here, comrades
   Somebody
 
266 - 22.02.12 - 15:24
(264) Something is happening here and you don't know what it is. Do you , mister Jones?
   jsmith
 
267 - 22.02.12 - 15:25
(266) You are quite right my dear Mr Nobody
   sda553
 
268 - 22.02.12 - 15:41
(255) Cause you GIVE UP
   Живой Ископаемый
269 - 22.02.12 - 15:45
2(268) But still we don't have any answer for your quiz... So.. maybe it's time to give us some hint?
   sda553
 
270 - 22.02.12 - 15:48
(250) The answer is

All these topics have something in common. All them are from english speaking culture of 1980-s.

1. Sike - very useful word in 80-s (find its meaning yourself, and explain here, how you understand the word 'sike')

2. Very popular TV cartoon in 1980-s (Funny bears beaming from....I hardly can say what part of their body beamed :) )

3. Oh poor missis Fletcher :)))) (TV commercial in 80s)

4. Very popular Bon Jovi song in 80-s
   Somebody
 
271 - 22.02.12 - 15:51
(270) Our knolidge of english speaking culture of 1980-s is quite poor, I'm afraid ...
   jsmith
 
272 - 22.02.12 - 15:51
(270) paste in the profile "but still can't give up looking stupid quizes of 80s"
   Живой Ископаемый
273 - 22.02.12 - 15:52
wow... fuck!
I definitely would never have answered this quiz.... never.. ever...
   sda553
 
274 - 22.02.12 - 15:53
(271) You've missed a lot I guess
   Нуф-Нуф
 
275 - 22.02.12 - 15:56
What a fuck?

1. I have a question
   Somebody
 
276 - 22.02.12 - 15:58
(274) I prefer Jane Austen and Bronte sisters
   Нуф-Нуф
 
277 - 22.02.12 - 15:59
кстати, "I can not"  можно произносить как "I can't".
на курсах английского преподаватель рассказала, что когда она употребляла "I can't" зарубежом, некоторые улыбались и хихикали. я ей рассказал что "I can't" созвучно с "I cunt"...
   acsent
 
278 - 22.02.12 - 15:59
(276) who are that?
   sda553
 
279 - 22.02.12 - 16:00
(276) Wow, Jane Austen and Bronte. It's too interesting for me! Sike.
   Somebody
 
280 - 22.02.12 - 16:01
(278) Who is Jane Austen? Are you kidding?
   Живой Ископаемый
281 - 22.02.12 - 16:01
2(278) Any regular Rip Van Vinkle knows who they are!
   sda553
 
282 - 22.02.12 - 16:01
(280) They were sisters, Jane was one sister and Bronte were three of them
   Somebody
 
283 - 22.02.12 - 16:02
(282) oh yes. And mister Darcy used to love them all.
   sda553
 
284 - 22.02.12 - 16:03
Pride and Prejudice - I hardly imagine something more boring
   Somebody
 
285 - 22.02.12 - 16:05
(284) I can easily imagine things way more boring ...
   Steel_Wheel
 
286 - 22.02.12 - 16:06
(277) You're an expert, we know.
   mirosh
 
287 - 22.02.12 - 16:11
(284) take five, bro.
   Живой Ископаемый
288 - 22.02.12 - 16:12
Про Cunt... Две истории.. однажды Англичане так прониклись величием кажется Прусского  математика Иммануила Канта(wiki:Кант,_Иммануил), что хотели в его честь (behalf) назвать целый город... к счастью передумали...

Российская база в Киргизии называлась Кант (wiki:Кант_(авиабаза))... Могу себе представить разговоры американских летчиков
-- Куда тебя посылают, Джо?
-- В Киргизию, в какой-то Манас (wiki:Манас_(авиабаза))
-- Тебе еще повезло, русских посылают в Cunt...
-- O.M.G.!
   jsmith
 
289 - 22.02.12 - 16:13
(285) have you ever read it on russian?
   Somebody
 
290 - 22.02.12 - 16:15
(289) I see no point in reading anglophone authors in Russian. It is reaaly boring and depressing - total waste of time.
   jsmith
 
291 - 22.02.12 - 16:15
i can ever imagine anybody who may put a claim on this brilliant novel
   jsmith
 
292 - 22.02.12 - 16:17
(290) ho, sorry, i thought that was you who put a claim
found out it was sda553
   sda553
 
293 - 22.02.12 - 16:19
Again about culture of 80s:
Do you know this TV guy?
http://sharetv.org/images/doogie_howser_md-show.jpg
Every american girl of 80-s felt in love with him. So his popularity seemed to be like Russian 'electronic' I guess


Do you know this TV girl?
http://media.screened.com/uploads/0/5125/423357-samantha_micelli_large.jpg
on the contrary she was the love of every american boy in 80-s. So her popularity can be estimated not far from russian 'Alice Selesneva'


And at last, Sure you know this guy
http://courseblogs.atlhub.net/truelies/files/2011/05/will-smith-fresh-prince.jpg

But this TV show is famous for it's intro song. I guess that every american guy, who is from 80s, still know the song from this show by heart. I guess this is the best way to identify russian spyes. 'Do you know Prince of Bel-Air song? No? And u're 30? You are definitely russian spy! :)'
   jsmith
 
294 - 22.02.12 - 16:26
I am an american guy from 80s! Hip-hip-hurah
   jsmith
 
295 - 22.02.12 - 16:27
And at the same time russian spy
WAIDW?
   sda553
 
296 - 22.02.12 - 16:32
(294) I can't believe it! You've never seen Prince of Bel-Air"? Are you sure you lived in USA in 80-s?
   jsmith
 
297 - 22.02.12 - 16:33
Prince of Bel-Air was my every day anthem
   sda553
 
298 - 22.02.12 - 16:34
(297) So. I can't understand (295) Why did you find yourself a russian spy, if you know PoBA song
   jsmith
 
299 - 22.02.12 - 16:35
(298) cuz nothin' prevent american citizen from sellin' their info to russia
   Somebody
 
300 - 22.02.12 - 16:42
(293) those folks from your links and "culture" are incompatible things IMHO ;)
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