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        05-08-2010, 02:11 AM
    Thanks. I have to say I'm better in speaking than writing. But English is not hard to learn at all.

    The horse name's accualy Euroopa (translation: Europe). She's purebreed Estonian Draft horse. Calm and wonderful mare.
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        05-08-2010, 03:05 AM
    Umm yeah I think he would proble be a clydi cross
        05-08-2010, 04:50 AM
    A slight rewording

    Originally Posted by Artemis    
    Thanks. I
    have to say I'm better in speaking than writing. But English is not hard to learn at all.
    I must say that I am better at speaking than writing. Luckily English is not at all hard to learn

    The horse name's accualy Euroopa (translation: Europe). She's purebreed
    Estonian Draft horse. Calm and wonderful mare.
    The name of the horse is actually 'Euroopa'. She is a purebred Estonian Draft Horse. She is a calm and wonderful mare.

    BG: she looks it.

    Artemis, if you are using the Forum to improve your written English then write in Written English. In Spoken English you can shorten words and not bother to form full sentences but with the written word aim to be grammatically correct at all times - including when you are posting on forums.
    English is an easy language to learn at a simplistic level but as your knowledge improves then you will begin to realize that there are rules of language to apply. To speak it as well as some Swedes do, takes years of learning.

    I suggest you do a Google search and look for one of the writing forums. There they do critiques to correct mistakes of grammar, pronunciation and content.

    Your written English is already good enough to use but if you want to seek work as a translator where you will be dealing with English speakers then you have to constantly try to improve. You have to recognize the nuances
    (subtle meanings) in the language.

    We cannot on the Forum help you with pronunciation but we can help you with the written word.

        05-08-2010, 05:23 AM
    After writing my earlier reply I did a Wikipedia search on the subject of Estonia.
    What a terrible 20th century your people suffered. I like to hope that
    Maybe the twenty first century will bring you some peace and prosperity.

    This Horse Forum is not just about horses. As you find your way around it you will notice that whilst it is predominantly Americans who post, the Forum is by no means confined to residents of the USA. There are members from Australia, Canada and Sth Africa. Myself - well I am British, as are quite a few of the others.

    Ask whatever you want. Tell us about your country. Tell us more about your horses. Post photo graphs. In a small way we members can perhaps help make this world a nicer and safer place. Each poster has two common interests - horses and the English language.

    But one thing is for sure, we are not about to learn Estonian, Finnish or Swedish, so you are going to have to write in English. But we will help you do that.
    Incidentally, you are already pretty good at it.

    Welcome to the Twenty First century world of the Ether.

        05-10-2010, 12:14 AM
    WOW pretty horse!:)
        05-11-2010, 11:45 AM
    Looks like a WB. Maybe some TB in him

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