God forbid... ¡No!
God forbid... ¡No!
It is very difficult for my writte and speak english, i prefer read.
Uuuuuf horrible, and i wanna learn english is important.
Keep practicing it and you'll improve your english skill. Don't worry about committing mistakes, everybody do it.
Btw, try to watch stuff or play videogames in English as much as possible. If you mentally relate English with fun stuff you'll learn quicker and better.
Última edición hecha por jkhsdjkhsdkj, 23/12/2013 a las 0:10.
British people suck, fact.
He wrote it correct because he used a modal verb and you dont have to add the "s" after that.
EDIT: Nevermind, I thought you add the "s" because you believe it should be there xD.
Not at all. It is hard to find people worse dressed than british people. They just open their closet, close their eyes and choose clothes,i saw bloody attempts against fashion such a black, smart dress mixed with converse and terrific hairstyle, and i used to saw this kind of things daily.
It is believed that british are classy but the reality is very, very far from that fact.
Those you're describing are just the rednecks I talked about (if they come to Spain by millions it's expected that millions there will be in the UK , but I don't think they represent the majority), perhaps you need to hang out in a better place there in the UK.
Hahahahahahaha sure mate. I lived in the UK over a year (and I'm expecting to go back), my flatmates were british, I met people from almost every county of the UK as well as travelled around the island, but you are right, maybe I should hang out in better places "there in the UK"
There are foreigners that have spent their summer for 20 years in Spain and still know very little about us. I guess it happens the other way around as well.
Deal with it, you just have one given perception about it, I have a different one. You believe your opinion is more valid, very well then, that still won't change mine.
And yep, you just need a change.
It is the exactly same thing go on holiday to another country that truly live (=get immersed) on it. Of course it is.
I'm not trying to change your mind, the point is that you always thinks that your argument is valid and even worse of that, you try to understimate people that don't think like you. And I know quite well the UK lifestyle and that's why I say what I say, I just wonder if you had the same experience than I and so far, I wonder if you know me or my life to say I need a change, or whatever bullshit you tried to say with that phrase.
Those two mistakes or awkward remarks in particular should be insanely difficult to find among people that actually got immersed for a year in the UK, yet you had two at the same time.
I don't see why tourists that have spent decades in a given country are less reliable to make a point about a given nation than someone who brags about having spent a year of "truly immersion" in the UK but who still isn't able to write an impeccable English.