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MinhHung



Joined: 10 Sep 2010
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MinhHung
hi all!

Question Question because my English is so bad so when I want to ask something here does not say how
Embarassed Embarassed
where I live, very short of teachers who can teach english really well, so I want to get a quick guidance from you to get how to learn best, perhaps only out a program or a web page which to I can learn Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

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Post 24 Dec 2010, 06:40
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JohnFound



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Well, the most of us, are not native English speakers as well. My personal opinion is that you must use a language in order to learn it. There is no other way. Try to find one good dictionary - better software and start to use English on forums.
Post 24 Dec 2010, 08:23
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vid
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my advice: once you have at least basic understanding, watch English movies / series (simpsons, etc.) with english subtitles. That is a fun way to learn understanding both spoken and written word, and merge these two areas.
Post 24 Dec 2010, 12:17
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bazik



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vid wrote:
my advice: once you have at least basic understanding, watch English movies / series (simpsons, etc.) with english subtitles. That is a fun way to learn understanding both spoken and written word, and merge these two areas.


Thats actually how I learned english Smile
I'd also suggest you to start using your Operating System and all Software in English.
Post 24 Dec 2010, 12:26
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revolution
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revolution
D'oh!
Don't have a cow man.
I didn't do it.

Bart: Hicarumba!
Lisa: BART, STOP IT!
Homer: Mmm, fooood ...
Marge: Hmmmmmm!!
Maggie: suck-suck-suck

Yup, that'll teech ya gud engrish.
Post 24 Dec 2010, 12:34
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asmhack



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English is the simplest language, that's why it's international and easy to learn.
Post 24 Dec 2010, 12:59
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JohnFound



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asmhack wrote:
English is the simplest language, that's why it's international and easy to learn.


Every human language is very simple - that's why 3 years old children can speak it very well. Laughing
Post 24 Dec 2010, 13:34
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asmhack



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JohnFound wrote:
asmhack wrote:
English is the simplest language, that's why it's international and easy to learn.


Every human language is very simple - that's why 3 years old children can speak it very well. Laughing


I am talking about grammar and expressions, not speaking.
Animals can also speak and communicate, very well.
Post 24 Dec 2010, 15:03
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vid
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revolution wrote:
Yup, that'll teech ya gud engrish.

Maybe it will be less Oxfordy english, maybe limited in vocabulary for many areas, but still practical results are better than forcing uninteresting artificial lessons into your head, without liking it a bit. For such method, one has to be really devoted, while my suggestion work naturally and is fun. Where do you think most native speakers learn language from, these days?
Post 24 Dec 2010, 15:46
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Tyler



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Once OP gets to the point he can understand a reasonable amount of the Simpsons, there's no reason OP couldn't use simpler knowledge as a stepping stone to real communication in English.

IMO, you should learn to be able to follow conversations of other people, then try to have your own conversations in English. Not that's bad to do both at the same time. There are a lot of members here who have improved their English over time.

>>Where do you think most native speakers learn language from, these days?
Facebook and texting. Ask any primary school English teacher. My 8th grade teacher actually had to explain, to the class, that l33t spelling is technically incorrect, because he had been receiving papers written in it.
Post 24 Dec 2010, 19:13
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vid
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Once OP gets to the point he can understand a reasonable amount of the Simpsons, there's no reason OP couldn't use simpler knowledge as a stepping stone to real communication in English.

In that case, watch Cartoon Network, or something simpler. I knew 6-year old who learnt enough English for normal communication that way.

And Courage the Cowardly Dog still is more fun than expensive lessons of posh English that no one in the world speaks natively Wink
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ass0



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revolution wrote:

Bart: Hicarumba!


Bart says the Mexican/Spanish idiom: "Ay Caramba!"

Ay! = Oh!
Caramba = Damn!, or My God!

BTW. i use to listen 'da BBC'
http://vprbbc.streamguys.net/vprbbc24.mp3

'...wherever u r, u r with da BBC...' =D

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ass0 wrote:
revolution wrote:

Bart: Hicarumba!


Bart says the Mexican/Spanish idiom: "Ay Caramba!"

Ay! = Oh!
Caramba = Damn!, or My God!
Oh cool. That is even better then. Wink

Simpsons'll lern ya gud Spanish.
Post 25 Dec 2010, 01:54
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DarkAlchemist



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So, how many of the users of this forum are actually native English speakers?
Post 25 Dec 2010, 03:23
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I speak native assembly.
Post 25 Dec 2010, 03:32
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bitshifter



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DarkAlchemist wrote:
So, how many of the users of this forum are actually native English speakers?

Is me are Smile

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bitRAKE



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I spoke binary in the womb, so English is my second language.
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DarkAlchemist



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So, the only users who use FASM appears to be non native English speakers.

Interesting.
Post 26 Dec 2010, 11:48
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revolution
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bitRAKE wrote:
I spoke binary in the womb ...
One kick for 'yes'.
Two kicks for 'no'.
Three or more kicks for 'let me out'. Arrow

Oops, sorry that is trinary. Embarassed
Or perhaps it is unary?
Post 26 Dec 2010, 12:23
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JohnFound



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DarkAlchemist wrote:
So, the only users who use FASM appears to be non native English speakers.
Interesting.


Well, it is obvious. The most (not all, of course) of FASM users are from (east) Europe. Tomasz is from Poland; vid - Slovakia; Comrade - Russia; Ville - the author of Menuet - from Finland; Bazik from Germany;
There are many from the Far East - China; Indonesia; etc.
Sorry, if I missed someone... please add your name below Wink
There are crowds of Russian programmers that use FASM on regular basis, without posting here, because of bad English.

In my impression the most of USA and UK assembly programmers use MASM or NASM.
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