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    Smile Happy Birthday Carlsson

    Happy Birthday Comrade Carlsson!!!!!!!!

    Your posts are very informative, and you are always so
    enthusiastic to answer others questions.

    Best Wishes for many many more great years.

    ziloo

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    Thanks. Here is a cake, have a slice:

    Last edited by carlsson; April 7th, 2007 at 02:26 PM.
    Anders Carlsson

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    Talking

    mmmm thanks! (burp)

    grattis på födelsedagen!

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    Happy Birthday Carlsson!

    -Vlad

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    Happy Birthday carlsson!

    You have an excellent handle on the English language, I've been wondering what the reason was for learning it. The vast majority of people in the USA don't bother with a second language and I'm sure that if they could be, they wouldn't be so good at it (spoken, anyway. Written would probably be worse).

    Kent

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    Happy birthday!
    The ancients knew *more* than us...
    http://www.legendarytimes.com/forum/index.php They're baaaack!

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    Thanks for all the good wishes.

    Kent, I find writing in a foreign language much easier than talking it. English as secondary language was introduced from 10 years old when I went to school - today I think they start the kids at 7 or 8. Many students take a third (French, German) and sometimes even fourth language (ditto plus Spanish, Italian, Russian, whatever the school can offer). Of course when you reach high school and college age, you can study all languages and get into classic greek and latin, but obviously that is not what I did.
    Anders Carlsson

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    If you speak three languages, you're tri-lingual, if you speak two languages, you're bi-lingual, and if you speak one language, you're American.

    --T
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    Ain't that the truth.

    I never could speak it, but I used to be able to write bits and peices of Russian. But that was it.

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