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  1. I totally got the question wrong last time, I though the way we talk mean (vulgar, ghetto etc.) I didn't know it was about accent :shy: It does matter to me, I only started speaking English and French with people one I got the accent right. I don't like people critizing me or my accent :bored:
  2. Class up her image? Did you see her new music video? Half naked "twerking" and calling her fans dollar signs. On topic: the word "gansta" has many meanings today and some of them are positive and that's what she probably meant.
  3. Never heard of "a hour", will of course I do but I consider it a mistake because as far as I know, at sschool they taught us "an hour"...
  4. Since I'm not a native English speaker, I'm only gonna talk about non-natives. The most mispronounced English word I hear is "beautiful" believe it or not, they pronounce it "buryful" or 'bautiful'...
  5. I think in English even though I'm Arab, I just find it better and make my thought more intresting and dramatic
  6. One is not enough... Umm, you might want to try the way I leaned French, by playing an online video game in a French server. You see people speaking French, you learn from them, you try to blend in etc... So, if you're into video games, you should try it
  7. In case you don't know, the second language in Morocco is French, we start learning it in the 3rd grade. i didn't learn French at school though, I learned it while playing an online video game and talking to other player. I wasn't really intrested in French, they say it's the language of love, but nah :bored:.
  8. Hello, Sorry, I just notice that all new members introduce themselves even though it's not an obligation, so I thouhgt I sould stop by too and say hello. My name is Rachid, I'm 19 years old and I'm from Morocco. I speak Arabic, Berbere, French, English and some Spanish. I'm here to help people learn Arabic, expand my English vocabulary and learn more Spanish.
  9. As far as I know, both languages have a lot of smiliar words which makes it easier for both of them to understand and learn each others languages. The same thing happened to me, I learned French thanks to my experience in English even though they're not that similar.
  10. I rarely use it, but not when I'm "laughing out loud", the opposite :shy: I feel bad using "hahaha" when something is not funny, so "LOL" makes me feel less guilty :speechless:.
  11. My way of talking is not inappropriate, not because of people but out of respect to myself then the others especially my family. When I'm angry I say bad words in English and when I'm alone :shy:.
  12. My first word was "papa", my family moved to spain when I was born, they weren't speaking Spanish at home but they used the word "mama" and "papa" and that's where I probably heard it.
  13. The English word I use the most is... Umm... It's... The word is "sh*t" I can spend a day without using that word, but somehow I only use it when I'm alone. It sounds crazy but, yeah, I talk to myself a lot :shy:
  14. Sounds really intresting and I would like to try it, but unfortunately all my old family members are illiterate, my cousins and brothers don't speak English, so I guess I can't play this game I'd be glad if we manage to find a way to play it on the forum.
  15. I don't speak Italian, but I understand most of it thanks to Spanish, but French? I don't think so, there's more commonality between French and English than French and Italian, I actually learned French thanks to my experience in English.
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