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        02-08-2010, 11:47 AM
      #21
    Weanling
    It is pretty difficult, only because of the sentence structure. I also studied Spainish but I diddn't like it very much. But I also really like Latin so I may start taking a Latin class.
         
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        02-08-2010, 12:36 PM
      #22
    Green Broke
    Welcome to HF, I've seen Billy Talent live at download festival! Have you?
    Also I like your horse's name Merlin!= love it!
         
        02-09-2010, 10:05 AM
      #23
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by horsea    
    It is pretty difficult, only because of the sentence structure. I also studied Spainish but I diddn't like it very much. But I also really like Latin so I may start taking a Latin class.
    I'm learning Spanish at the moment in school. I also learned French until 10th class.
    And I learned Latin for 2 years. I can say, that it's a difficult language mostly because you don't speak it.
    I don't know how it is if you have to translate it into English :P
    But I found it quite difficult.
    There are many exceptions but it's the best basis for all the other roman languages you can have.
    You definitively learn a lot if you want to. =)
         
        02-10-2010, 02:24 PM
      #24
    Foal
    Ooooh, I forgot to read here! I didnt think, that so many people write sth. :)
    Oh, nice to know, that you like my pony. I like his different colors, too :) but his white parts are dirty all the time. Annoying!
    I thought up the name "merlin" on my own, when I saw him the first time, he didnt have any name. I called him like that because he looks so friendly, but inside he's a little devil and so I thought of "merlin the magician" yknow?

    Aah, I know würzburg and hamburg of course. Hamburg is my most favorite city in germany, i'll go there in march for a weekend to watch the "könig der löwen"-musical and to go shopping. I come from "nordrhein-westfalen", the north-west of germany.
    @sady: are you in the german horse forum (reitforum.de), too?
    @ lotus123: my pony hasn't got a "real" breed. His color is called pinto, I don't know anything further about his family ;) but I don't care about that
    @ speed da fish: noo, unfortunately I missed the concert in november cause I got ill (i already told you ;P) my friend was there and she was so enthusiastic!
    I study spanish and latin, too. I hate latin! But in summer I will get my "latinum" after 5 years of struggle.
    I like spanish very much. In my freetime I often read spanish texts just because of the pronounciation, I love it!
    I feel so happy to get in contact with such nice people - thank you :)
         
        02-10-2010, 04:08 PM
      #25
    Foal
    Hey Ponni,
    Yes, I am there since a few years, but I'm more the one who reads, than the one who writes :) I'm very busy at the moment, because I have to finish my book about circensic lessons, which will get out this year :)
    Have fun,
    Sady
         
        02-12-2010, 07:17 AM
      #26
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Sady    
    Hey Ponni,
    Yes, I am there since a few years, but I'm more the one who reads, than the one who writes :) I'm very busy at the moment, because I have to finish my book about circensic lessons, which will get out this year :)
    Have fun,
    Sady
    (sorry for the German but I don't know exactly how to do it in english... And I want to make sure that Sady understands what I mean! I swear, it's just a question abut the circensic lessons! I'll try it in english for you guys here first okay? I try a special circus lection with my horse but it doesn't work. So maybe Sady got some tips for me to get this lection done. I try to lie her down but I don't exactly know how to do this.
    Maybe Sady you can write me a PN in German with some Tips?)

    In German:
    Ich versuche gerade Ronja das Hinlegen beizubringen aber ich weiß nicht genau wie ich es anfangen soll... Kannst du mir vielleicht eine PN mit Tips schicken?
    Wäre echt total lieb =)

    Greetings

    Jule
         
        02-14-2010, 01:49 PM
      #27
    Foal
    Guten tag!!! Your english is way better than my german. Ich habe alles vergessen.

    I like your paint horse. I used to raise paints.
         

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