Buenas! como va?? por lo que estuve viendo el foro esta repleto de conversaciones de presentaciones.. Por eso se me ocurrio que quizas podriamos simplemente comentar cosas que piensan o suceden en sus vidas/ciudades/paises y entre todos responder. Good luck for all!
Yeah, I got you man...but quoting the personification of God (interpreted by Morgan Freeman) in the movie "Bruce Almighty"...
Just saying...we shouldn't be more permissive each generation...like saying it's all normal it's all ok when it isn't...it might sound stupid complaining about such a "tiny" thing when we have bigger problems...but why don't tackle them all, us saying...not it's just the way it is, won't help too much, sorry but it's true...
but, the signs whit hands, the forms of dress, the way to consume and more. they are also ways of communicating. they change with the generations, not because this good or bad, they are simply fashions. i do not want to live in a world where they tell me how i should breathe. i do not think it is a prime issue that marks the destiny of people
I get your point there...Maybe it's just me and some people who think alike...
I get your...evolution, following the rules blindly, points...good points indeed...
Mine are these...These insignificant marks exist for a reason, gives spanish a different language flavor...different sometimes means something bad, sometimes special (good)...for me is the latter in this case...For example when you write a long, elaborate question or exclamation, it's needed an opening sign mark to read properly...also if we don't properly write in our own native language how can we expect foreigners do...but then again, maybe it's just me...but since they exist and have purpose, I think it's not ok to ignore them
I believe that cultural diversity is extremely important for humanity, it was the one that allowed us to evolve from different thinking. you have to be permissive and accept the different as long as it does not hurt you. today you live in a world where people think they know everything thanks to globalization. all empires give place, all customs change and with them also their language. to think that our languages will remain static is a mistake. not understanding history, culture and everything about human nature
Sir, you are awesome...you have good points, and you know how do defend them...I'll give you 5 symbolic lingots...but I'll keep my principles, as long as they don't hurt people. I'll keep complaining and using this signs of ours properly till this very point, where I can find people like you who understand what they're doing and not just being neglecting and lazy...Although I don't agree with you, I respect you and your points, so there is no need for me to keep the argument going...thank you for the conversation, I enjoyed it...have a nice week.
Well, good night for everyone in this little conversation. I know this is not a 'Wednesday's Rant Forum from Reedit' but tomorrow I have an exam, I know just enough to go through it and 'come back home safe and cool' and I prefer hung out here, practicing my French ... rather than read a little bit more. So, yeap.
I'm from Argentina. My 'second' language, if I'm allowed to say it (because it's REALLY rusty), is English. French, it is my 'new' language. I was going to start proper studies in a French Alliance this year; but for the good or bad, I didn't start it. So ... someone recommended me Duolingo, as I wait 'til next year, and here I am. Suffering, because of French. I would say, so far, the only thing that put myself in a very though spot, is pronunciation. Because most of the sounds, are very very different from our 'che boludo'. What about you?
Yes, it really is essential. Even if it's not for job/studies, I think at some point it's like the 'universal language' nowadays and we just have to adjust to it. But don't get me wrong: studying ANY other language, besides ours, it's important. Not matter which one, it just opens your mind, soul and eyes to a complete new world. That's why I congratulate you, for studying both.
If you allowed me, and don't get mad, I'd correct you, when you said: 'I'm not persistent, so it's a little more difficult'.
I'm from BA, but I've been living in the north of the country for 20 years (so, you decided). What about you?