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    (Original post by moaningmuffin)
    Ja, ich kann es ja verstehen
    Bloß ich will es auch sprechen lernen


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    Leer en schrijf de zeven dagen van de week, en de twaalf maanden van het jaar
    IN HET NEDERLANDS!


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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    I am expectant of that.
    It's a very weird Mango like sentence though...


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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    So the sentence means...?
    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    I am expectant of that.
    It's a very weird Mango like sentence though...


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    dict.cc says that "etwas erwärtig sein" means "to be aware of something"
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    dict.cc says that "etwas erwärtig sein" means "to be aware of something"
    You didn't use etwas
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    dict.cc says that "etwas erwärtig sein" means "to be aware of something"
    "Erwärtig" does not exist. I'm sure you meant "GEwärtig".
    To be aware of something = etwas gewärtig sein
    Although "bewusst sein' ist more common.
    "Das ist mir bewusst."
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    dict.cc says that "etwas erwärtig sein" means "to be aware of something"
    Just stick with "Das erwarte ich" strange MANGO! xD


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    (Original post by moaningmuffin)
    "Erwärtig" does not exist. I'm sure you meant "GEwärtig".
    To be aware of something = etwas gewärtig sein
    Although "bewusst sein' ist more common.
    "Das ist mir bewusst."
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    Oops yeah, that was a type :mmm:
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
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    Let me know when you are released, buddy :lol:
    I had already written out my response :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by thatitootoo)
    Wat is 'Heidevolk' ook alweer?
    Het klinkt bekend maar ik ben vergeten welke liedje dat is

    I'm not British, or Dutch
    'Heidevolk' is een groep!

    Het is oké, ik vind het niet ontagwekkend, maar het gaat!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reOLeLX0Q9U

    Ik ben Vulgaris......Magistralis!!



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    (Original post by Occams Chainsaw)
    Let me know when you are released, buddy :lol:
    I had already written out my response :rolleyes:
    I'm back
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    Oops yeah, that was a type :mmm:
    Hahaa don't worry, I can really relate to that! :'DD
    Don't make such mistakes in exams though!


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    (Original post by moaningmuffin)
    Hahaa don't worry, I can really relate to that! :'DD
    Don't make such mistakes in exams though!


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    Just noticed I made a typo in my explanation of a typo :rofl:

    (I typo'd writing this as well :facepalm2:)
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    Francophones!

    There is a profusion of French websites that stream French films and TV series for free. Can anyone tell me which ones are legal? Or alternatively, direct me to a good subscription site?

    I can't afford to get sued for pirated downloads!
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    (Original post by Octopus_Garden)
    Francophones!

    There is a profusion of French websites that stream French films and TV series for free. Can anyone tell me which ones are legal? Or alternatively, direct me to a good subscription site?

    I can't afford to get sued for pirated downloads!
    People actually get sued for that? I've never actually heard of anybody really being put in legal trouble for streaming
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    People actually get sued for that? I've never actually heard of anybody really being put in legal trouble for streaming
    People do get sued for streaming stuff. :sadnod:

    Especially football websites. :mmm:

    Don't get posting links. :no:
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    (Original post by MangoFreak)
    People actually get sued for that? I've never actually heard of anybody really being put in legal trouble for streaming
    That's what people used to say in 2003 about taking part in anonymous attacks! You don't want to be the example case... It does happen- far more likely for uploading than downloading, but...

    France, interestingly enough, seems to have the world's strictest laws on peer-to-peer sharing (3 strikes and they cut your internet off) and they are apparently discussing extending the laws to streaming. That's internal law, but there could be international ramifications. *scared*

    And one production company sues or threatens to sue people personally.
    In 2010 the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter reported on their website that the film production company Zentropa is reportedly making more revenue from suing movie pirates in Germany that have downloaded*Antichrist*illegally than from box office and DVD sales, demanding a payment of around 1,300 euros per download to avoid legal action.[27]
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lars_von_Trier

    I can afford ten euros a months or so to watch as much as I want in total, ethical peace of mind! We won't even get into me not wanting to jeopardise my professional memberships someday.
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    (Original post by Octopus_Garden)
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    Alors, tu pratiques ton français j'entends!
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    (Original post by keromedic)
    Already? Goodnight. You don't need luck
    So you're also interested in languages huh
    Is there even a section on TSR that has not yet been keronized?
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    (Original post by L'Evil Fish)
    Alors, tu pratiques ton français j'entends!
    Ça depend * how you define pratiquer.
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    How does one upload a picture on here, using the mobile app?
    I'm eager to confirm my identity to a certain 'keromedic', s'ill vous plâit.


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