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Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:12
od anonymni
This is reaction for some posts from thread about Czech language. So, there is only one rule: Type only in English ;-) .

My English isn't good, so, if there are some mistakes in my text, I'm sorry ;-) .

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:19
od Cristinne
Good idea!
As I already said - everyone makes mistakes, no problem :)

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:23
od jannnn
I've got only one message for you. Space Shuttle Discovery set to launch to Space Station Tonight! Liftoff at 0:43 CET! Watch it! http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/nasatv/index.html

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:23
od 4honza
So what?

Why are you want 2 speak English here? Do you hesitate to speak your native language, don't you? ;-)

I went through an old English thread and it missed a strong topic, so let's try to bring something crucial here :)

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:28
od anonymni
Jannnn: I'm sorry, but I'm not interested.

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:29
od 4honza
jannnn:

Seems to be an interesting event. There is only a small shortcoming, it's kind of proprietary technology used for video streaming which does not work for me (it refuses to play anything on Nasa TV).

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:30
od anonymni
Honza: I did it after reading your posts ;-)
so, what will we talk about?

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:32
od 4honza
I've already asked a question - should be like "why are you want to speak in English?"

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:35
od jannnn
4honza: That's strange. But there are various types of streams - wmv, quick time player or real player. On the right side, click to Other Viewing Options and try to choose another type....

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:35
od anonymni
I'l tell it like one guy from great phorum called "Garaz".
It's stylish 8-)

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:43
od 4honza
Thanks, just watching. I've managed to get it work, but cant find those options.

Start in one minute ...

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:44
od anonymni
I've added my teacher of dances as a friend on Facebook and I am afraid of her reaction... What should I do?

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:45
od 4honza
It was an amazing firestorm :-)

Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:53
od mbing
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Re: Let's chat in English!

Odeslat příspěvekNapsal: 16. 3. 2009 01:59
od jannnn
The start was amazing

see you...