July 10th, 2010 8:24 PMderozio
The girl in your avatar..she sure is. :3
July 10th, 2010 11:02 AMHiidoran
Isn't it adorable~?
July 10th, 2010 6:17 AMderozio
Glad that you got a new theme(finally!). xD;
July 2nd, 2010 2:49 AMderozio
Oh yeah, that's correct. xD;
But I can't be bothered by anything till my education's complete. After all, I've got to study hard to get into the Indian Institute of Technology. Once I'm there, my life'll be awesome. :]
You're nuts, seriously. My speeds never go above 60kb/s. :/
July 2nd, 2010 2:46 AMHiidoran
Three years isn't a lot when it comes to learning a language, in my opinion. XD Especially when you're past your critical period (around age 13 for most people). After that, your brain becomes a bit more reluctant to learn that kind of stuff.
It was downloading at 180 KB/sec, but my connection typically times out if it goes any higher than that. I keep meaning to cap the download allotment, but I forget. :D
July 2nd, 2010 2:43 AMderozio
Three years? Three whole years? Omg, that's like...forever. I..can't do it if my terrible patience is taken into consideration. ;;
And how many grounds are there in all? xD; Naah, I get it. I'll be looking forward to it. I'll probably try learning spanish once I'm like..21+, maybe.
Terrible connection? What're the speeds? :o
July 2nd, 2010 2:39 AMHiidoran
Well, I've been studying Japanese for around three years in combination of high school and college, and I took three years of Spanish in high school, but that was three years ago... XD;
Spanish and English have a lot of cognates, and the grammatical systems share some common ground. After all, both languages were at very least influenced by Latin (well, most of English is Germanic... but I digress). Where as you have to start with ground zero in terms of learning the building blocks of language with Japanese, you get to start at like... ground four when learning Spanish from an English prospective. XD
Well, it might crash my terrible connection. >:
July 2nd, 2010 2:17 AMderozio
Yeah, it might be difficult to learn a language which consists of words one couldn't have ever possibly imagined about. That's japanese for you. But well, how much time did it took you to learn jap? And Spanish? Is it really easy to pick up once someone's good at english? If that's the case, I might be able to learn it. xD;
Start it. It won't do any harm, would it? ;;
July 2nd, 2010 2:11 AMHiidoran
Haha, Japanese takes some effort for sure, but I'm slowly but surely getting better at it. My learning will slow down a bit now that I'm no longer a Japanese major though. >: Spanish, I took to a lot quicker considering I have the privilege of speaking English as a primary language. Still, I've forgotten most of it.
I will! I just gotta get less lazy and actually start the downloads again.
July 2nd, 2010 2:08 AMderozio
I think that Gujrati isn't an easy language to learn. ;;
I find it quite difficult, tbh. And well, I always wanted to learn languages like French, Spanish, Japanese and German. Couldn't, tho. ;;
Omg, that's good to hear. [/expected some kind of 'No, I won't.']
July 2nd, 2010 2:03 AMHiidoran
My roommate wanted me to learn Gujarati at one point, but I had enough trouble pronouncing that word alone. :D I'll stick to Spanish and Japanese for now.
Yeah, I love playing around with Photoshop too much to not download it.
July 2nd, 2010 1:59 AMderozio
But that isn't something which can probably be of any use to you, Larry. :/
Aww, too bad. ;;
Do you actually plan to 're-do' it, though?
July 2nd, 2010 1:56 AMHiidoran
You know Hindi and probably another Indian language more central to your location... and I certainly don't. :D
The download corrupted... and I haven't redone it yet. >>
July 2nd, 2010 1:54 AMderozio
Next problem: But I've got no knowledge to impart. You probably know everything that I do and more. >>;
And well, what's up with your 'mission Photoshop CS5'? ;o
July 2nd, 2010 1:40 AMHiidoran
I'll follow your teaching and you can follow mine... and we shall live happily with our circular reasoning.